Stop The PRO Act
Unions and their allies are promoting a bill that would destabilize America’s workplaces and impose a long list of dangerous changes to labor law.
A proposal, called the Protecting the Right to Organize (PRO) Act (S. 420/H.R. 842), is a litany of almost every failed idea from the past 30 years of labor policy.
The PRO Act would undermine worker rights, ensnare employers in unrelated labor disputes, disrupt the economy, and force individual Americans to pay union dues regardless of their wishes.
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This Hill letter was sent to the Members of the United States Senate, urges the rejection of cloture on the nomination of Ms. Gwynne Wilcox to another term on the National Labor Relations Board, until a Republican NLRB member is named and reported out of the Senate HELP Committee.
There are currently two open seats—one from each party— on the National Labor Relations Board, and pairing Republican and Democratic nominees for NLRB seats is a long-standing Senate tradition – but union officials are pushing to confirm the Democratic nominee first.
The Biden administration’s whole of government approach to push union membership takes a new turn. The result could harm the integrity of workplace investigations.
The Glacier Northwest ruling offers an important protection for employers facing destructive union behavior. If taken too far, such behavior may come at a steep price for the union.
This Hill letter was sent to the Members of the U.S. House of Representatives, supporting H.R 2700, the "Employee Rights Act."
This Hill letter was sent to the Members of the United States Congress, opposing H.R. 20 / S. 567, the "Richard L. Trumka Protecting the Right to Organize Act of 2023." This letter places the bill on the Legislative Leadership scorecard, for credit for refraining from cosponsorship.
After a months-long campaign, a labor union that had been attempting to organize an Amazon facility in Staten Island, NY came out ahead in a representation election. Here’s why this is just one step in a very long process.