Your National Right to Work Foundation attorneys have again struck a blow for workers' rights, and beat back the union-label Obama Administration in court.
A federal court has rejected an attempt by Obama lawyers -- from Eric Holder's Justice Department, Hilda Solis' Labor Department, and the National Labor Relations Board -- to roll back one worker's groundbreaking victory against a corrupt card check scheme.
The case breathes new life into a long-neglected section of the Labor Management Relations Act that outlaws bribery and collusion between company and union officials.
Let me tell you more about the case.
Since 2008, with free legal aid from National Right to Work Foundation attorneys, Florida groundskeeper Martin Mulhall has fought a protracted, uphill battle against a corrupt "neutrality agreement" between union and company officials.
Mardi Gras Gaming, Mulhall's employer, entered into a card check agreement with UNITE HERE Local 355 union bosses, promising to hand over employees' personal contact information and home addresses to union organizers.
In return, union officials spent hundreds of thousands of dollars supporting a ballot initiative favored by the company.
This kind of tit-for-tat agreement sells out workers and exposes them to harassment and intimidation in vicious card check campaigns.
A three-judge panel for the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit agreed with Mulhall that organizing assistance may constitute an unlawful "thing of value."
But a groundbreaking precedent against illegal collusion between union and company officials was too much for the Big Labor acolytes throughout the Obama Administration to bear.
Fortunately, the court rejected the petition filed by union lawyers and supported by the Obama Administration to rehear the case, reaffirming that union organizing is indeed a thing of value.
Cases like this one show just how critical the mission of your National Right to Work Foundation truly is.
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