Open Ports NPR's Scott Horsley reports West Coast dockworkers are back on the job today but cargo is moving slowly. All told, some 200 vessels are waiting to be unloaded at West Coast ports. Plowing through the backlog of fruit, newsprint, autos and other goods could take weeks.
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NPR's Scott Horsley reports West Coast dockworkers are back on the job today but cargo is moving slowly. All told, some 200 vessels are waiting to be unloaded at West Coast ports. Plowing through the backlog of fruit, newsprint, autos and other goods could take weeks.