Financial Week reports from the Republican Convention in St. Paul on the politicking involved in the Employee Free Choice Act, the legislation that would deprive employees of a secret ballot in union-organizing elections and impose mandatory contract terms if the union and business do not reach an agreement on a first contract.
If the legislation comes to the House against next year, don’t be so sure it will pass card check a second time, NAM Executive Vice President Jay Timmons says.
UPDATE: But just to be clear, the Senate is the more promising venue for stopping the anti-democratic card legislation.
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