The economic chaos in this campaign season has shifted focus away from what is perhaps the most dangerous legislation facing American business: The Employee Free Choice Act, or EFCA. The cost of EFCA, both in profitability and legal liabilities, would be staggering. Yet the business community has so far done little to stop it. While most labor laws tweak existing rules and at worst are mere red-tape nuisances to business operators, EFCA falls into a much different category. The law would ...
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