WASHINGTON — The increasing likelihood of a pro-labor agenda in the next Congress is helping shape the industry's political contributions this election cycle. “Right now there is a tremendous amount of concern in the industry as well as in the entire business community about having enough votes to sustain filibusters in the Senate in the next Congress on key issues that are going to come up from what I would call the liberal labor agenda,” said John J. Motley III, senior vice president, ...
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