In June 2007, one of the most catastrophically conceived labor laws of all time—the curiously titled Employee Free Choice Act—stalled in Congress. Many will remember this as the law that would have replaced National Labor Relations Board secret-ballot elections with totally unsupervised authorization conducted by unions themselves. Make no mistake about it, the purpose of EFCA was to make it easier for unions to become the collective bargaining representatives for an increasing number of ...

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