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With the channel blocked and ships not getting through, workers used to 80-hour paychecks are now getting just a few hours. "We're daily hires, a lot of us, so it's like hitting a brick wall, the checks just stop, you're not a salaried employee they didn't know what to do," said Scott Cowan, the president of the international longshoremen's association, local 333. In the waning hours of the legislative session, the Port Act passed. READ MORE: https://www.wmar2news.com/keybridgecollapse/payments-to-port-workers-on-the-way-as-collapse-limits-hours