Cuomo intervenes to end New York utility labor strife
NEW YORK (AP) — Fearing that a severe storm could wreak havoc with New York City's power system, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo intervened in a labor dispute between Consolidated Edison and its workers and brokered a tentative agreement Thursday after a weeks-long standoff.
"You don't want a storm hitting New York City without Con Ed being at full force," Cuomo said at a news conference announcing that an agreement had been reached.
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