Strike averted: Consumers say railroads still not on track to succeed

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"Plugged In" host Neil Chatterjee welcomes American Chemistry Council CEO Chris Jahn to provide a rebuttal to Season 2's interview with representatives from the Association of American Railroads that blamed competition and innovation shortcomings on President Joe Biden's energy goals.

Jahn says it's actually the monopoly of Class I railroads — four of which control 90% of freight traffic — that have stifled competition. He pushes for railroad leaders to invest more in their staff, give more transparency to their consumers and stop unnecessary price gouging.

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