Protect Your Privacy!
With your help, the U.S. Senate has acted, and now it’s the House’s turn.
Starting April 14, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) will require businesses to surrender lists of employees’ phone numbers and personal email addresses to union organizers.
Giving away employees’ personal contact information violates basic privacy rights and will inevitably lead to workers being targeted for harassment at the hands of union bosses.
The U.S. House will vote next week on a Congressional Review Act resolution that the Senate has already passed to tell the NLRB to stop using government power to benefit union bosses.
Tell Washington that you want to protect your privacy by sending a virtual “Do Not Disturb” letter.
Click here and send a letter to your House Representative. Please forward to your friends as well. Your support is critical to protect workers’ privacy rights.
Unlike the government's proposal, this letter is voluntary!
Send a Letter to Congress: http://friends.channeldemocracy.com/connect/write?alert=1691
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