On Thursday, the U.S. House of Representatives will vote on the Protecting the Right to Organize (PRO) Act. Tell your representative to vote “NO.”
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The PRO Act is an unprecedented attempt to fundamentally change dozens of well-established labor laws to assist organized labor without regard to their detrimental impact on open-shop firms, union contractors, and the economy. If enacted, the PRO Act would completely upend decades of work to balance employee and employer rights and restrictions settled in courts, the National Labor Relations Board, and Congress.
Among the dozens of provisions, the PRO Act would:
End the prohibition on secondary boycottsEliminate workers’ privacy and expose them to potential intimidating union organizing tacticsImpose a new, modified form of card checkPromote slowdowns and intermittent strikesChange attorney-client confidentially to make it harder for employers to secure legal advice on complex labor mattersMandate interest arbitration with arbitrators who have no experience or knowledge of the industryStrip away employees’ Right-to-Work protections, which have been established in 27 states