Putting an 8 in the window somewhere on the Hudson
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eolesen wrote: ↑Sun Nov 21, 2021 3:03 pm Not so sure about that. It's one of the few issues with fairly wide bipartisan support.Even in those states as a transportation employee you get popped on a random and come up hot you have some splanin to do. Amtrak has made it quite clear they do not care if its legal in your state you still cant use. I have bad joints and would love to try a creme but I do not and cannot trust the claims of THC free. I will wait till I am retired.
Over a third of the states have already legalized recreational use, and most of those are blue states. Biden and Schumer both support removing it from the controlled substances Schedule 1.
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Gilbert B Norman wrote: ↑Mon Nov 29, 2021 5:58 pm Yesterday, a "Grand Slam".I would think tomorrow's 4 and 6 at your observation spot would be more telling.
All had normal consists; no expansion for additional Thanx passenger loadings.
The railroad is expected to publish a revised service schedule by mid-December to reflect possible cuts, according to Amtrak. In a memo to workers last month, chief executive William J. Flynn said the railroad is preparing “for the possibility that some number of employees will choose not to get vaccinated and will therefore be leaving the company, which could necessitate some temporary reductions of Amtrak service.”If the six car 3-4 I noted immediately is representative of the present demand, who away from the advocacy community really cares?
The company said in the memo that 88.2% of its roughly 17,000 workers had been vaccinated late last month, and projected an additional 6% were on track to comply this month. Amtrak said Friday it expects the number “to be slightly higher” by the January deadline.