Retailers Still Opposed to EFCA

Legislative leaders last week were reportedly discussing possible changes to the Employee Free Choice Act specifically removing the card check provision that would make it easier for unions to organize but retailers remain vehemently opposed to other aspects of the bill. This is a wounded tiger you'd better watch out, said Neil Golub, chief executive officer of Schenectady, N.Y.-based Price

WASHINGTON — Legislative leaders last week were reportedly discussing possible changes to the Employee Free Choice Act — specifically removing the “card check” provision that would make it easier for unions to organize — but retailers remain vehemently opposed to other aspects of the bill.

“This is a wounded tiger — you'd better watch out,” said Neil Golub, chief executive officer of Schenectady, N.Y.-based Price Chopper Supermarkets, who is spearheading the opposition to the l

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