WASHINGTON — Sen. Arlen Specter, D-Pa., said he is planning to introduce a new version of the Employee Free Choice Act that could garner enough support to prevent a Republican filibuster. According to reports, Specter's proposal, which he has been working on with other Democrats since stating earlier this year that he would not support the bill as it was previously proposed, would not include the controversial “card check” provision. That provision, which is sought by unions and vehemently ...
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