WASHINGTON A senior adviser to Sen. Joseph Biden, D-Del., told a contingent of restaurateurs Wednesday that the frequent ally of organized labor would likely support employer accommodations in the card-check bill, a measure feared by the industry as a boon to unionization. “At the end of the day, there may well be accommodations made for small businesses,” said James B. Greene, senior policy adviser for Biden, a longtime senator and current vice presidential candidate. “Though the ...

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