August 28, 2009

TO FIND A PRESIDENT WITH A COMPARABLE LEGISLATIVE RECORD...:

Union Disappointment: A “No” on Card Checks: Legislation coveted by unions isn’t likely to get the nod this year, though a compromise stands a good chance next year. (Martha Lynn Craver, 8/28/09, The Kiplinger Letter)

Congress will likely deal unions a disappointment on labor law reform this year. Prospects are dimming for a vote in the Senate on legislation that would allow labor groups to organize via card signing campaign instead of a vote.

...you have to look to William Henry Harrison...

Posted by Orrin Judd at August 28, 2009 9:35 AM
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