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Feb. 26: The New York Times talks about the Employee Free Choice Act
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Last Friday's edition of the New York Times included this article about the Employee Free Choice Act, sizing up business groups' opposition to this critical workers' rights legislation.

Our own Mary Beth Maxwell, Executive Director of American Rights at Work, was quoted for the piece:

"The notion that corporate lobbying coalitions and front groups are the new champions of workers' rights and democracy is laughable," Ms. Maxwell said.

Check out the whole article here.

 
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