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6/24/2010
Democrats Don’t Have Time to Pass a Budget

5/25/2010
Kline Highlights New Venue for Americans to Speak Out on Education and Workplace Issues

5/10/2010
National Mediation Board Ruling Overturns More Than 75 Years of Workplace Election Policy

4/30/2010
Despite An Unemployment Rate That Continues to Hover Near 10 Percent…

4/23/2010
SEIU Presidential Campaign Exposes Union’s Ploy to Enact “Forced Choice” Act by Fiat

4/21/2010
House Education and Labor Committee Republican Website Receives Gold Mouse Award

4/1/2010
Will Obama’s Labor Board Appointee Impose Policies “Too Radical” for Congressional Approval?

3/27/2010
Kline: Unilateral Labor Board Appointment Circumvents Will of Congress

2/4/2010
Kline Urges Defeat of Controversial Labor Nominee

2/3/2010
Obama Administration’s Answer to High Unemployment: Spend More, Put Union Bosses First

2/2/2010
Labor Secretary to Make First Appearance Before House Labor Committee

1/27/2010
Kline Statement on State of the Union Address

1/22/2010
Obama Administration Reiterates Support for Job-Killing “Card Check”

1/19/2010
Republicans to Examine Favoritism in the Obama Administration’s Labor Agenda

12/18/2009
Nevadans Share No Holiday Cheer for Card Check

12/17/2009
EFCA: Part of a “toxic political environment”

12/16/2009
EFCA: If it’s too risky for an election year, isn’t it just plain too risky?

12/15/2009
EFCA: Big Labor’s New Year’s Resolution

12/14/2009
Will Democrats Go All-In on EFCA?

12/11/2009
Who’s Doing the Scaring?

12/10/2009
EFCA Would Hinder Workplace Innovation

12/9/2009
EFCA: Down But Not Out

12/8/2009
Union Elections & Worker Choice

12/7/2009
A Backdoor to Card Check

12/4/2009
You Want Jobs? “Take ‘card check’ off the table”

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