WASHINGTON (AP) — Democratic leaders hinted Tuesday that compromise may be needed to get wavering lawmakers on board for a bill to make union organizing easier.
The Democrats insisted they are not losing support, but acknowledged that some changes might be needed.
On the very day of introduction, offering compromise! Now that’s bargaining from a position of strength.
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