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0 comments | June 15, 2007 | 2:29 PM | posted by Ryan

In this editorial, the Wall Street Journal ties in the U.S. Supreme Court’s Davenport decision with the Employee Free Choice Act, which bans secret ballot votes for ratification election in favor of card check drives in which union officials can “recruit” signers at work, at home and anywhere in-between.


“In a rebuke to the coercive tactics of Big Labor, the Supreme Court ruled yesterday that states may require unions to get permission from nonmembers before using their dues money for political activities. The decision is especially timely, given that next week Senate Democrats are scheduled to vote to eliminate secret-ballot elections for union organizing.”

“As more U.S. workers have refused to join unions, Big Labor has become more reliant on coercion, and Democrats are trying to make that arm-twisting easier… President Bush has vowed to veto the bill, but it's also encouraging that the Supreme Court has now rejected this union ploy of dues coercion disguised as ‘free speech.’”

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