Dockworkers decry changing rules
Local 333 fears for livelihood as trustees appointed in N.Y. agree to redrawn duties
By Meredith Cohn
Theresa Harden can still drive tractors all day, but at 61 years old, the longshoreman has a tough time crawling on her hands and knees in the belly of a cargo ship, a task that port of Baltimore workers do to help secure freight.
"I can't do it," she said recently
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