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February 18, 2005

A Hot Time at the AFL-CIO Exec Meeting?

Andy Stern at the Unite to Win blog is making some tough noises about the need for the AFL-CIO to abandon "lowest common denominator" decision-making, and instead moving to some kind of majority vote approach, where the labor movement can follow "the bold vision of the majority, not the blocking and obstruction of a minority."

The upcoming AFL-CIO exec meeting promises to have fireworks galore, if this is a taste of what's coming.

Posted by Nathan at February 18, 2005 02:54 PM