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According to a statement by Bob Szabo, executive director of Consumers United for Rail Equity (CURE), the current exemption allows railroads to avoid competition and keep their shipping rates artificially and unfairly high, creating higher prices for U.S.
"Some shippers still have service complaints, but they are not as intense as they were when the railroad industry was moving at full capacity," says Bob Szabo, executive director and counsel for the shipper action group Consumers United for Rail Equity (CURE).
"Prior to 1980, the power was in the hands of rail customers," says Bob Szabo, executive director of the Washington-based shipper advocacy group, Consumers United for Rail Equity (CURE).
Whether or not shippers end up getting restitution for overpaying, it's important that Congress knows exactly how this $6.5 billion price tag came about, and that the public is aware of it as well, stated Bob Szabo, executive director and counsel for the shipper action group Consumers United for Rail Equity (CURE).
Now, however, those voices are being heard in chorus through groups such as Consumers United for Rail Equity (CURE), headed by Platz.
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