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Still, as part of House Republicans Pledge to America, Republican leadership will likely schedule a vote on the Secret Ballot Protection Act, which bars employers from agreeing to unionization through card check.
As Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton slug it out for the nomination, the AFL-CIO is running a $53 million campaign attacking John McCain--portraying him as a right-wing ideologue who co-sponsored the Secret Ballot Protection Act, the GOP's attempt at making kryptonite against card check.
Secret Ballot Protection Act Support of the Secret Ballot Protection Act, introduced by Senator Jim DeMint (R-S.
Company Believes Secret Ballot Protection Act of 2004 Protects Individuals from Union Abuse In light of the labor movement's escalating campaign to rob individuals of the secret-ballot election process in making decisions about unionization, the Secret Ballot Protection Act of 2004 is a necessary safeguard to protect individual rights and freedom of choice, Cintas Corporation stated today.