Katie Gage

In addition, the small business community will engage Congress as they have the ability to pass resolutions undoing the imprudent and reckless actions carried out by administrative bodies like the NLRB.

And while Americans won the first battle in this great endeavor to maintain basic rights like being able to vote free from intimidation and coercion and having a say in contract negotiations, much work remains.

Just as we took on the union bosses on EFCA legislation and won, small businesses will confront Big Labor’s attempts to use faceless, nameless bureaucrats willing to do their bidding, and achieve the same result.

And those elected officials on the wrong side of the electorate should expect voters to be well informed with regard to who stands with them and who supports bailouts to special interests espousing job-killing policies.

Katie Gage

Katie Gage is the executive director of the Workforce Fairness institute.