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Passage of the PRO Act is best for workers

The PRO Act will remove the many obstacles keeping workers from their right to join a union and ensure those newly-formed bargaining units reach a first contract. It will also eliminate anti-worker “right-to-work” laws, helping to boost wages and make safer workplaces across the nation. The PRO Act is the labor law reform that has been desperately needed for decades.

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PRO Act hurts workers, threatens economic recovery

All the PRO Act would do is help union leaders increase membership numbers by infringing on the rights of employees as well as employers. Taking away employee choice on whether to join a union, how much a union takes out of their paycheck, what happens to their private data, and whether they even have a job is not the answer.

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Don’t California my Arizona livelihood

The PRO Act is a solution in search of a problem. Independent workers and freelancers are not asking to be full-time employees. When they were reclassified as such in California, they overwhelmingly voted to opt out and create a third way that preserved their independence and flexibility. Let’s heed their example and don’t “California'' the rest of the nation.

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