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    :: Wednesday, January 31, 2007 ::

    Will ‘Employee Free Choice Act’ Solve Our Organizing Problems without a Plan? - The last of six articles By Harry Kelber
    The bill, to be reintroduced in the new Congress, would compel employers to pay triple back wages to workers whom they fired or discriminated against, and they would be subject to civil fines of $20,000. Union leaders hope that, given the stiff penalties for violations of the labor law, employers will cease their harassing and intimidating practices.
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