WASHINGTON —One day after members of the powerful Service Employees International Union picketed briefly outside the National Restaurant Association’s headquarters here, lawmakers on Capitol Hill revived the controversial Employee Free Choice Act, also known as the union card-check bill. Opponents of the reintroduced measure, however, said the EFCA is facing strong headwinds in Congress despite support from President Barack Obama and ...
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