Roll Call: FedEx, UPS Battle Over Labor Organizing Rules

May 18, 2010: As they continue to wage a high-dollar and nasty lobbying campaign, archrivals FedEx and UPS are awaiting final delivery of legislation that will determine whether they must abide by the same union organizing rules.

The two giant transportation companies have been at loggerheads for years over federal rules that make it harder for FedEx drivers to organize and strike.

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