By and  on March 11, 2009

WASHINGTON — Retailers and Republicans are about to lock horns with organized labor and President Obama over the Employee Free Choice Act.

The bill, introduced in Congress Tuesday, makes it easier to organize a union and sets binding arbitration on contract disputes if there is an impasse. The legislation is vehemently opposed by the business community, but is considered a salvation by unions that have seen their numbers dwindle over a generation.

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