Building Trades Applaud Veto of Resolution That Would Thwart Unionization Rules

Posted by on Wed, Apr 1, 2015 @ 10:04 AM

Building Trades Applaud Veto of Resolution That Would Thwart Unionization Rules

"The President has clearly stated and through his veto action demonstrated that his belief shared by a majority of Americans that collective bargaining and unionization should remain accessible to all those seeking representation.  All workers deserve to have a voice on the job.  Further, with so much debate about wage stagnation and income inequality from both sides of the aisle, this action serves as a reminder that unions are critical in the effort to build pathways into the middle class and continued upward mobility for workers and their families, a goal that elected officials regardless of political affiliation should continue to promote."

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