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Senate Democrats pull back on Specter’s card-check prediction

The Hill
September 17, 2009

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Specter, Unions Disagree on Path for Overhaul of Labor Laws

The Wall Street Journal
September 16, 2009

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Specter Compromise
EFCA Info
May 4, 2009

The Next Phase of EFCA: Union Access
EFCA Info
May 1, 2009

Roll Call
April 20, 2009
EFCA Will Hurt Black-Owned Business Growth
Last month the National Black Chamber of Commerce hosted an open press event to showcase the deep concern that many African-Americans have about the Employee Free Choice Act and the Project Labor Agreement Executive Order 13502. Speakers at our event represented minority contractors, small businesses and women's interests. Why is our community so concerned?

Politico
April 14, 2009
Labor, Greens Team Up
Lisa Lerer
Environmental groups are spending the congressional recess lobbying for two of the most controversial issues in Congress: the Employee Free Choice Act and a cap-and-trade system to regulate greenhouse gases.


The Hill

April 13, 2009
Romney Slams Binding Arbitration
Reid Wilson
As he considers whether to run for president a second time, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney (R) is involving himself in the debate over the Employee Free Choice Act.

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Congress Daily
April 13, 2009
Chamber Puts New Focus On Card Check
Hill Briefs
Labor. The U.S. Chamber of Commerce is shifting its focus to oppose a lesser-known arbitration section of the Employee Free Choice Act

Wall Street Journal
April 13, 2009
New Ads Intensify Fight on Union Bill
Brody Mullins
The fight over a stalled bill that would make it easier for unions to organize workers is entering a new round, with the nation's largest business association and big labor unions gearing up competing efforts to sway a small group of senators.

Washington Post
April 12, 2009
Topic A: Employee Free Choice Act
When Sens. Arlen Specter and Blanche Lincoln announced their opposition to the Employee Free Choice Act, some forecast the end of labor reform. The Post asked lawmakers, labor leaders and others what's likely to happen.