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Sen. Blanche Lincoln a 'No' on Card Check

Dealing what is likely a death blow to the anti-democracy card check bill as we know it, Sen. Blanche Lincoln (D-AR) has announced she will stand with the forces of democracy and not support the card check bill, according to this story in Arkansas Business. While this means the bill in its current form is dead, anyone who's dealt with organized labor can tell you it's never over. We can expect the discussions on an ill-advised "compromise" to begin at once.

Those who would attempt to curry favor with their union benefactors would do well to remember that when it comes to democracy, there's just no compromise.


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