WASHINGTON — The Bush administration Monday took the first step toward having a judge order West Coast ports reopened, possibly by this week.

But while some cargo might soon start flowing again after more than a week of standstill, federal intervention in the form of an 80-day, back-to-work, cooling-off period would be just a temporary fix.

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