It would be a poor fighter who confused winning the first round and winning the bout. Thanks to the efforts of our dedicated members and state restaurant associations and a broad, cross-industry coalition that includes the National Restaurant Association, the poorly named “Employee Free Choice Act” was temporarily knocked down over the past few weeks. But the fight is far from over. EFCA continues to be the No. 1 priority for organized labor, but over the past year a ...
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