Good news for those of us who don't think workplace unionization votes should be changed from secret balloting to unsecret signed cards:
Key Senate Democrats are wavering in their support of legislation that would give more power to labor unions, dealing a setback to labor's top priority as businesses warn of the damage the bill would cause. […]
At least six Senators who have voted to move forward with the so-called card-check proposal, including one Republican, now say they are opposed or not sure—an indication that Senate Democratic leaders are short of the 60 votes they need for approval. […]
President Barack Obama reiterated his support for the bill last week, the first time since his inauguration. In a videotaped message to top union officials attending an AFL-CIO meeting in Miami, Mr. Obama indicated he would help labor pass the Employee Free Choice Act.
"We need to level the playing field for workers and the unions that represent their interests because we cannot have a strong middle-class without a strong labor movement," he said in the message.