Hoyer Floor Statement on the GOP's Attack on the National Labor Relations Board

...this bill shows clearly a basic difference between many of us on this side and many on that side of the aisle. And that is whether or not you believe that working men and women have the right to come together, to organize and to bargain collectively for their pay, their benefits and their working conditions. In fact, it is my belief that the overwhelming majority of working Americans, whether or not they have joined such an organization, find their working place safer, healthier, their pay better and the more availability of benefits than they would have if men and women had not been guaranteed the right to bargain collectively. For which they fought and some died in the 1930's and 1940's and later because people did not want them to do that...