There is nearly a century of labor law on the books to legitimately protect workers from mistreatment, and to protect employers from unscrupulous union tactics. The marriage between unions and worker centers basically tosses all of these rules out the window, shifting the important balance in labor relations completely in the favor of unions.
The need for fair and balanced labor relations is as important today as it was 100 years ago. But if federal agencies overseeing this balance - such as the U.S. Department of Labor and National Labor Relations Board, not surprisingly led by former labor organizers - continue to let the scales fall in favor of unions, it will be the economy and the workers themselves that will ultimately suffer.
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