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Virginia Senate kills constitutional amendment for secret union ballots

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An attempt to amend the Virginia constitution to require secret ballots in union elections died Tuesday in the state Senate. The amendment needed 21 votes to pass, but only received 20, all from Republicans. All 20 Democrats voted against the measure. The legislation would have blocked so-called "card check" legislation that unions have unsuccessfully pushed at the federal level. Those efforts...

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