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Employee Freedom of Choice Act
Updated On: Nov 27, 2004
Some 42 million U.S. workers say they would join a union if they could. But when workers try to get a voice on the job by forming a union, employers respond with intimidation, harassment and retaliation. And federal law doesn’t address this injustice.
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Working families are mobilizing to reform the nation's labor laws. More than 245 members of Congress are sponsoring unprecedented legislation to give workers who want to join unions a fair chance to do so.

The Employee Free Choice Act, S. 1925 and H.R. 3619 , sponsored by Sen. Edward Kennedy (D-Mass.) and Rep. George Miller (D-Calif.), ensures that when a majority of employees in a workplace decide to form a union, they can do so without the debilitating obstacles employers now use to block their workers' free choice. More than 36 senators and 207 House representatives are co-sponsoring the bills, introduced in Congress in November 2003.

The Employee Free Choice Act will:

Call your U.S. senators at 202-224-3121 and U.S. representative at 202-225-3121, and urge them to co-sponsor the Employee Free Choice Act . Get involved with the nationwide Voice@Work campaign to ensure workers have a fair chance to win a voice on the job.


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