Virginia could be the next state in which Republicans work to rein in card check privileges for unions.
The Virginia State Senate’s Privileges and Elections Committee recently passed a bill calling for a state amendment protecting workers’ right to a secret ballot in union elections. The legislation is expected to come to a floor vote in January when the Senate is back in session.
Virginia State Senator Bryce Reeves (R-Spotsylvania), who introduced the measure, commented that, “[this] amendment is essential if we are going to preserve voter integrity and privacy. No citizen should be forced to reveal how they voted in any election, be it a federal, state, local or a union election.”
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