Why Card Check Is Unconstitutional

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Author(s) David B. Rivkin Jr., Lee A. Casey
Source The Wall Street Journal
Date March 30, 2009
URL http://online.wsj.com/article/SB123837553079768121.html
Quotes-start.png "Card-check supporters may argue that the activities of labor organizers, no matter how intimidating, involve purely private actions to which the Constitution's protections of free speech and association do not apply. However, the Supreme Court has recognized that certain government-sanctioned regulatory schemes can give associated private conduct the character of state or federal action, making the Constitution applicable." Quotes-end.png

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