Wednesday, March 18, 2015

Say no to forced Unionism say yes to S.J. Res. 8

From The National Right To Work Committee:

Your action is urgently needed.

As you know, over the last several decades, much of Congress' constitutional authority has been subsumed by an ever-growing executive branch.

And that trend has gotten much worse under the Obama regime.

Fortunately, the Congressional Review Act (CRA) allows Congress to overturn outrageous regulations like the bureaucratic power grabs rammed through the Obama Labor Board.

S.J. Res. 8 is a Joint Resolution of Disapproval that would prevent implementation of the National Labor Relations Board's (NLRB) "ambush" election rules.

Every member of Congress must now take a stand: Either to support free and fair elections or to stack the deck in favor of Big Labor.

And the House is expected to vote this week -- so time is running out!

That's why it's critical you sign your petition urging your Representative to support S.J. Res. 8.

S.J. Res. 8 would stop these new "ambush" election rules that represent nothing more than a backdoor attempt by the NLRB to undermine Congressional authority by granting Big Labor the power they sought from the Card Check Forced- Unionism Bill.

However, in proposing the "ambush" election rules, President Obama and his NLRB have again demonstrated their lack of regard for not only Congressional authority and the will of the American people but also for the rights of the American worker.

You see, this proposal would heavily deprive employees' ability to make a fully-informed decision by reducing time in which the process occurs from the current average of 38 days to as little as 11 days.

And to make matters worse, this "ambush" election rule will force businesses to surrender employees' personal information -- names, addresses, phone numbers, email addresses and work shifts -- to union bosses.

This gross encroachment on workers' privacy will likely result in additional harassment and intimidation at the hands of Big Labor.

With all that's at stake, I hope you'll IMMEDIATELY sign your petition, urging your Representative to support S.J. Res. 8.

The final vote is expected this Thursday, so there's not a moment to lose.

And after you've signed your petition, please consider a generous contribution of $5 or more today to help your Committee mobilize even more Americans in support of S.J. Res. 8.

Please, act right away.

For Worker Freedom,

Mark Mix

P.S. S.J. Res. 8 is a Joint Resolution of Disapproval that would prevent implementation of the NLRB's "ambush" election rules.

The House is expected to vote this Thursday -- so time is running out!

That’s why it’s vital you sign the petition, urging your Representative to support S.J. Res. 8.

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