Labor’s Litany of Dangerous Ideas:
The Protecting the Right to Organize (PRO) Act

STOP THE RADICAL AGENDA

 

 

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. The proposal, called the Protecting the Right to Organize (PRO) Act (H.R. 2474 and S. 1306), 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. The PRO Act would:
  • Undermine secret ballot elections—forcing workers to make their choice about unionizing in public and exposing them to threats and coercion from union agents. read more...


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ReportNov 21, 2019 - 11:45am
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Labor's Litany of Dangerous Ideas: The PRO Act

This paper highlights the major changes to the established framework of labor and employment relations that organized labor has in mind with the PRO Act. While it is unlikely to become law in the current Congress, the PRO Act is a harbinger of things to come if the political winds shift in 2020.

Issue BriefJul 19, 2019 - 11:30am

The Dangerous Ideas Behind the PRO Act

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.

Letters to CongressMay 16, 2019 - 6:00pm

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce strongly opposes H.R. 2474, the “Protecting the Right to Organize Act.”

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce strongly opposes H.R. 2474, the “Protecting the Right to Organize Act.”

In the NewsMay 16, 2019 - 12:00pm

What Big Labor wants

Sean P. Redmond, executive director for labor policy, penned this op-ed on how the PRO Act could fundamentally change the National Labor Relations Act.

ArticleMay 07, 2019 - 5:30pm
US Capitol East Side

PRO Act Introduced in House

On May 2, Democrats on the House Education and Labor Committee rolled out a bill that would radically rewrite American labor law.