By  on March 10, 2009

WASHINGTON — Labor groups launched a major grassroots initiative on Monday to build support in Congress for the Employee Free Choice Act, a bill that would make it easier for workers to organize a union, as lawmakers prepared to introduce the contentious legislation.

 Sen. Edward Kennedy (D., Mass.) and Rep. George Miller (D., Calif.) plan to reintroduce the legislation, perhaps as early as today, according to House Republicans, who vigorously oppose the measure.

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