Congress Considers the Employee Free Choice Act

March 11, 2009: Yesterday, lawmakers in both houses of Congress introduced a new law that will make it easier for workers to form unions. You can help pass it.

The Employee Free Choice Act will make it easier for workers to join a union when a majority of workers support unionizing, and it will penalize employers who harass and fire union supporters.

Help give other workers a voice at work. Click here to send a message to your representatives in Congress.

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