Should Congress Change Labor Law on How a Union Can Organize?

Safety in numbers for Unions, says Hoffa. Card check is about special interests, counters Boehner.

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Should Congress change the way workers unionize? On the one hand, supporters like James P. Hoffa, general president of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters, argue that the Employee Free Choice Act would protect workers from management coercion by making joining a simple matter of majority rule. On the other hand, opponents like GOP House Leader John Boehner argue that the lack of a secret vote would put employees in a difficult position. What do you think? Post your thoughts.

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