WASHINGTON As hundreds of supporters of organized labor stormed Capitol Hill on Tuesday in a bid to make their voices heard, lawmakers in the House and Senate responded by reintroducing the controversial Employee Free Choice Act — also known as the union card check bill. Opposed strongly by the foodservice industry and other business groups, the card-check bill would replace employees' right to private-ballot elections with a card-check system in which they would sign a card in favor ...
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