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74% Oppose Card Check
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74% Oppose Card Check

This news release claims that 74 percent of voters oppose the Employee Free Choice Act that may see a vote as early as this week in the House.  Under "card check", unionization will be determined by 50 percent plus one signing a card supporting union certification rather than the current system that gives employers and employees notice and offers time for discussion followed by a secret ballot vote.  

03/09/2009
Employee No Choice Act: Update
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Employee No Choice Act: Update

Jan 2nd the WSJ had an interesting piece suggesting that a Dem majority might keep card check at bay.  While that might seem like an oxymoron of sorts, the op-ed did raise some thought-provoking points and suggested that the specter of card check actually passing might keep some former supporters at bay.

01/04/2009
You better watch out
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You better watch out

You better not pout....'cause Card Check's coming to town. The big news last night was President-Elect Obama's pick of Rep. Hilda Solis to head the Labor Department.  Politico has a good write-up here.   Her dyed in the wool Labor credentials and past voting history leave no doubt that she'll be behind Obama's Card Check agenda in a big way, paying off their union supporters. Rep.

12/18/2008
A Very Merry Belated Labor Day
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A Very Merry Belated Labor Day

In keeping with Labor Day traditions the nation over, yesterday many got a day off to reflect on all the wonderous things labor unions have done for America - most notably, getting us a day off at the end of the summer - but also prevailing wage, increased costs, and lower productivity.

09/02/2008

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