Democrats’ Big Labor Agenda

Striking union workers walk the picket line in Flint, Michigan, October 9, 2019. (Brian Snyder/Reuters)
Their bill won’t pass the Senate, but it tells us what’s coming the next time they’re in charge.

NRPLUS MEMBER ARTICLE W riting about legislation often feels pointless under divided government, because no partisan bill is going to become law anyway. So it is with the Protecting the Right to Organize (PRO) Act, a labor bill that the Democratic House created and will vote on soon — and that most certainly will not pass the Republican Senate.

These fruitless exercises do give us a sense of what the parties will do when next they seize power, however, and it’s a slow news week, so let’s see what the Big Labor Left has on its mind these days. In short, this is an aggressive

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