From 1991 until 1994, the U.S. House and Senate repeatedly voted on so-called “striker replacement” legislation, introduced in Congress’s upper chamber by Big Labor Sens. Ted Kennedy (D-Mass.) and Howard Metzenbaum (D-Ohio). (Both of these politicians have since passed away.) The Kennedy-Metzenbaum scheme was designed to force employers to punish or fire workers who defy union-boss orders to participate in an economic strike. Enactment of this bill would have greatly expanded the union hierarchy’s power to force workers to pay […]
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From 1991 until 1994, the U.S. House and Senate repeatedly voted on so-called “striker replacement” legislation, introduced in Congress’s upper chamber by Big Labor Sens. Ted Kennedy (D-Mass.) and Howard Metzenbaum (D-Ohio). (Both of these politicians have since passed away.) The Kennedy-Metzenbaum scheme was designed to force employers to punish or fire workers who defy union-boss orders to participate in an economic strike. Enactment of this bill would have greatly expanded the union hierarchy’s power to force workers to pay […]
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