03/01/07--AFL-CIO President John J Sweeney, talks to a reporter after a news conference after the House passed legislation Thursday that would make organizing a union almost as simple as circulating a petition, but the prospects of the bill becoming law appear dim. Even with support from a smattering of Republicans, the 241-185 vote fell well short of the number necessary to override a threatened presidential veto. Thirteen Republicans voted yes; two Democrats voted no. And it is by no means...
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