Author Archives: WFI Staff

The Anti-Business Agenda Of The Obama Administration

Hector Barreto April 21, 2015 Inside Sources Anti-business policies have unfortunately become the norm for the Obama Administration. From the Affordable Care Act to Dodd-Frank, the last six years have been hard for job creators across the United States, even … Continue reading

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Ambush Elections: A Raw Deal for Workers and Businesses

Townhall Heather Greenaway April 15, 2015 No matter how you slice it, America’s union bosses are facing an existential crisis. And as their anxiety grows, so do the attacks against workers and small businesses. According to the Bureau of Labor … Continue reading

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WFI Commends House & Senator Leaders For Fighting Back Against “Ambush” Elections

  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                      CONTACT: Ashley Pratte April 14, 2015                         … Continue reading

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President’s Veto Puts Big Labor Over Workers

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                        CONTACT: Ashley Pratte March 31, 2015                         … Continue reading

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WFI Calls On President Obama To Stand With Workers & Stop “Ambush” Elections

 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                 CONTACT: Ashley Pratte March 19, 2015                                                                 … Continue reading

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WFI Applauds Senate Vote To Stop “Ambush” Elections

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: March 4, 2015 CONTACT: Ashley Pratt 202-677-7060 WFI Applauds Senate Vote To Stop “Ambush” Elections Both U.S. House & Senate Undertaking Action; Obama Administration’s Veto Threat Demonstrates More Unquestioning Loyalty To Big Labor Washington, D.C. (March 4, 2015) … Continue reading

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Trial Lawyers Stimulus?

Bloomberg reports that President Obama has signed an executive order regulating “working conditions for employees of federal contractors, some of whom have gone on strike over what they contend are unfair labor practices by companies doing business with the U.S. government.” … Continue reading

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McDonald’s Decision: Why Does The NLRB Hate Job Creators?

The Chicago Tribune reports that, according to the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), “McDonald’s shares responsibility for working conditions with its franchisees who operate roughly 90 percent of its restaurants.” McDonald’s “has long maintained that its franchisees are independent owner-operators … Continue reading

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