Controversial Union Bill Is Back

As expected, both the House and Senate introduced versions of the Employee Free Choice Act last week although it appeared that the measure may stall in the Senate again this year, despite increased Democratic majorities and the support of both President Obama and Vice President Biden. The measures, which are opposed by many business groups, would make it easier for employees to form unions

WASHINGTON — As expected, both the House and Senate introduced versions of the Employee Free Choice Act last week — although it appeared that the measure may stall in the Senate again this year, despite increased Democratic majorities and the support of both President Obama and Vice President Biden.

The measures, which are opposed by many business groups, would make it easier for employees to form unions by eliminating the current “secret ballot” system and replacing it with a

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