Skip to comments.U.S. Chamber Of Commerce:’Right To Work’ Laws Could Be Abolished With A Liberal Administration
Posted on 08/19/2008 1:37:30 PM PDT by paltz
Glenn Spencer, director of research at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, spoke to conservative bloggers at the Heritage Foundation about the lefts top legislative plan to pass card-check. Union numbers have been down in past years, and the passage of card check would mean violating a workers privacy at the voting booth when choosing whether or not to join a union. As of now, A workers vote is private, which means that the worker knows that neither a paid union official nor a supervisor will ever know how he voted. However, an Obama administration could very well change not only a workers privacy at the voting booth, but according to Spencer, the abolishment of right to work laws could happen by getting rid of the Taft Hartley Act. Eyeblast.tv interviewed Spencer about these issues here.
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