Tell Congress: Stop the PRO Act


WFI is working to prevent passage of the so-called Protecting the Right to Organize Act (PRO Act)—a wholesale labor reform package that takes the current careful balance of labor rules and tips it greatly in the favor of labor bosses and forced collective bargaining. 

The PRO Act robs workers of the right to a secret ballot to form a union, forces representation on employers and employees without a vote of approval, and exposes workers’ personal contact information to union bosses seeking to organize a workplace. And that’s just the start. 

Tell your representative today to vote "NO" on the PRO Act. 

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Recent News

VA: Virginian-Pilot: Opinion: PRO Act would hurt Virginia jobs, economic development - July 10, 2021

Legislation is working its way through the U.S. Congress, and if it passes, would have grave ramifications for Virginia’s business climate, economic development and job creation efforts.

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VA: Washington Post: Opinion: Protecting Virginia’s workers by giving them a choice - July 1, 2021

As written, the Pro Act does not achieve the goals of protecting workers’ rights but rather infringes upon them — with massive potential negative impacts for our economy.

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AZ: West Valley View: The Cons of the PRO Act - June 30, 2021

The PRO Act would hurt AZ businesses in countless ways.

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AZ: Tucson Opinion: 'Big Labor' bill threatens construction industry, homeowners - June 30, 2021

Some members of Congress are pushing for problematic changes to federal labor law through the Protecting the Right to Organize (PRO) Act. If they are successful, it would hurt Arizona’s construction industry and labor market, threaten local workers and businesses, and inflate home construction costs.

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