By  on March 5, 2009

WASHINGTON — Labor groups ramped up the push on Wednesday for a bill that would make it easier for workers to organize unions, seeking to leverage a new study that found one in four workers was illegally fired during union campaigns.

The Center for Economic and Policy Research, a liberal think tank here, said 26 percent of union election campaigns from 2001 through 2007 had illegal firings, compared with about 16 percent in the late Nineties.

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