This week, the U.S. House of Representatives again advanced the odious catalog of Big Labor favors known as the “PRO Act” on a nearly party-line vote. While the legislation will likely stall in the Senate as long as the legislative filibuster remains in effect, the proposal remains a priority of the Biden administration, leaving Big Labor’s Sword of Damocles hanging over American workers and American businesses for at least the remainder of this Congress. Joining me to discuss the threat posed by the legislation is Ed Egee, vice president for workforce development at the National Retail Federation.
- Capital Research Center: Big Labor Swats Away Its “Kick Me” Sign; about card-check
- Capital Research Center: Job Murder Most Foul, Brought to California with a Union Label; about AB 5’s A-B-C test
- Capital Research Center: Democrats Propose Giving Labor the Left’s Favorite Tactic; about secondary boycotts
- Capital Research Center: Bernie’s Campaign Union Strife is What he Proposes for the Whole Country; about mandatory arbitration
- Capital Research Center: Comments on NLRB Definition of Joint Employer Rule
- Capital Research Center: Under New Management: Pushing Back Against Big Labor; about micro-unions