BENTONVILLE, Ark. — With expected changes in Congress after the November elections, "it looks like card-checks are behind us," Leslie Dach, executive vice president of corporate affairs and government relations for Wal-Mart Stores, told investors here Tuesday night at the company's 17th annual meeting for the investment community. "It's clear this environment makes it less likely — and nearly impossible — for a card-check bill to pass," he said. Card-check is a method by which employees ...

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