Univ. Chicago Law: The Case against the Employee Free Choice Act

University of Chicago, Law School:

Legislation, being costly, has to be shown to be a good, or otherwise it should be treated as harm. The Employee Free Choice Act does not come close to passing that test, which is why there are strong and principled reasons to oppose, and oppose vigorously, its passage.

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