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Topic - Claudia Nina
Nine-thousand striking New York City school bus drivers and workers could return to work as early as next week, as union officials hint a "live to fight another day" strategy may be prove their best bet in the public relations nightmare.
City mother Claudia Nina said in a New York Daily News report that she's had to quit her job in order to cart her two kids to their different schools.
"I'm not able to work. I'm not able to go to school," she said, adding that her day begins at 5 a.m. to help her kids take mass transit to their schools, according to the Daily News report.