Obama Plans to Veto if Needed

President Obama announced Wednesday that he would veto a bill designed to take away the right for airline and railroad workers to easily participate in union organizing.

Obama said he would do so if the republicans in congress succeeded in removing a rule allowing airline and railroad unionizing.

According to the report by Reuters, the chamber is expected to vote this week on removing the rule from the aviation legislation bill that would allow for easier union organizing on behalf of airline and railroad workers.


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