Posts tagged America COMPETES Act
Warnock-backed Pro Act isn’t good for Georgia
June 6, 2022 // The bill is supported by Georgia United States Sen. Ralph Warnock, and it’s easy to see why. He is the third-highest recipient of union political money in the entire U.S. Senate. Union bosses want the PRO Act to pass because it could mean up to $20 billion in increased union dues, $3 billion of which would be available to them for additional political activities.
Labor Relations Radio, Ep. 2—Guest: F. Vincent Vernuccio of the Institute for American Workers
February 11, 2022 // On this episode of Labor Relations Radio, F. Vincent Vernuccio of the Institute for American Workers joins Labor Relations Radio host and LaborUnionNews.com editor Peter List for a wide-ranging discussion on union related issues from a pro-free market perspective.
House-Passed ‘America COMPETES Act’ Contains Union Neutrality, Card Check and Binding Arbitration
February 7, 2022 // The COMPETES Act contain provisions of the PRO Act, as well as the now defunct Employee Free Choice Act
House Democrats Sneak Pro-Union Measure Into Anti-China Bill
February 3, 2022 // House Democrats on Tuesday tucked an amendment into a bill aimed at helping American businesses compete with China that would bolster unionization efforts at manufacturers that receive government grants.
BACKGROUNDER: America COMPETES Act
February 2, 2022 // The America COMPETES Act is intended to support domestic manufacturing and bolster our critical supply chain. Within the bill, however, are requirements for some federal grant or loan programs that private sector construction companies must accept card check union organizing in some cases and remain neutral to union organizing in others. During a union organizing campaign, card check and union neutrality agreements expose workers to intimidation tactics rather than using a secret ballot election.