After failing to enact the ‘Employee Free Choice Act’ a decade ago, Democrats introduced an even more “PRO” union bill on Thursday.
WASHINGTON, DC—A decade after failing to enact the misleadingly-named “Employee Free Choice Act” (EFCA), on Thursday, House and Senate Democrats introduced legislation that would, if enacted, make EFCA look mild and radically overhaul the National Labor Relations Act.

The Protecting the Right to Organize (PRO) Act of 2019 was introduced in the House by Rep. Bobby Scott (D-VA.) and in the Senate by Sen. Patty Murray (D-WA).

Similar to Bernie Sanders’ “Workplace Democracy Act,” the so-called “PRO Act” is solely designed to help unions by removing virtually all employer opposition to unionization.

In addition to banning usage of permanent replacement of economic strikers, the bill literally removes “employer standing in representation cases” and outlaws so-called “captive audience meetings.”