WASHINGTON — Legislative leaders last week were reportedly discussing possible changes to the Employee Free Choice Act — specifically removing the “card check” provision that would make it easier for unions to organize — but retailers remain vehemently opposed to other aspects of the bill. “This is a wounded tiger — you'd better watch out,” said Neil Golub, chief executive officer of Schenectady, N.Y.-based Price Chopper Supermarkets, who is spearheading the opposition to the legislation ...
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