The proposal will create a new level of transparency and accountability for ports.
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Senate leaders proposed a bill Wednesday to prevent the type of labor disputes that caused an almost yearlong disruption along West Coast ports that cost the economy up to $2.5 billion per day.

“A labor dispute at one of our ports can cause significant damage to U.S. employers and to our economy,” Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor & Pensions Chairman Lamar Alexander, a Republican, said in a statement.