SB 824: Employee Free Choice Act [EPCC]
MEMORIAL by Hill
Employee Free Choice Act [EPCC]; Urges the Congress of the United States to enact the Employee Free Choice Act, which contains provisions allowing employees to form unions by signing cards authorizing union representation, establishes stronger penalties for violation of employee rights when workers seek to form a union and during first-contract negotiations, and provides for mediation and arbitration of first-contract disputes, etc.
• Referred to Commerce; Governmental Operations
• Introduced, referred to Commerce; Governmental Operations -SJ 00051
• Died in Committee on Commerce
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