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August 9, 2022
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Truck drivers may refuse to enter terminal at Port of Baltimore

The drivers claim they're stuck in the middle of a labor dispute, leading to wait times up to seven hours outside the Seagrit Marine Terminal. 

Truck drivers may refuse to enter terminal at Port of Baltimore
Truck drivers may refuse to enter terminal at Port of Baltimore
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