Video: Pass the Employee Free Choice Act

November 18, 2008: How can we punish employers who break the law when workers try to join a union?

That’s what the Employee Free Choice Act would do. The proposed law would make it easier for workers to join a union—and make employers pay when they break the law to intimidate workers who want to unionize.

Now our union and other unions are coming together to get the law passed by the new Congress. President-Elect Obama has already said he will sign the law.

Read more about the Employee Free Choice Act and how you can help at the AFL-CIO blog.


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