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NYC School Bus Strike Takes Toll On Disabled Kids

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It's been more than a month since thousands of New York City school bus drivers and aides went on strike in a dispute over job protections. Most school kids in New York don't take the bus, but many of those who do are disabled. The strike has made getting to school for those kids extremely difficult, and many parents say the city has done a poor job of accommodating them.
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