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Thomas A. Kochan and John Paul Ferguson

Modernizing labor law

By Thomas A. Kochan and John Paul Ferguson
June 21, 2007

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ONCE AGAIN Congress is trying to break the gridlock that has long prevented it from fixing and modernizing the nation's labor law. The last such effort was in the early 1990s, when a bipartisan Commission on the Future of Labor-Management Relations concluded that "labor law is not achieving its stated intent of encouraging collective bargaining and protecting workers' rights to ... (Full article: 756 words)

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