Voters oppose Card Check legislation

An overwhelming majority of voters, including 74 percent of surveyed union households, polled in a new survey oppose the Employee Free Choice Act, known as Card Check.

According to information from the American Trucking Associations (ATA) an even larger majority of all households surveyed, 86 percent, oppose the legislation because it would eliminate the secret ballot process that workers now enjoy in union representation elections.

The polling results, taken from a national survey released by the Coalition for a Democratic Workplace, are the latest topics for discussion by the ATA online at bizcentral.org/american-trucking-association.

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