CEI Weekly: New Report on Union Tactics to Intimidate Companies

Friday, May 25, 2012




Feature: The new report by CEI labor policy analysts reveals dubious union efforts to be rid of secret ballots.

FEATURE: New Report on Union Tactics to Intimidate Companies


The secret ballot is invaluable to American workers voting in union elections. But labor leaders are trying to be rid of it, and they're using controversial tactics to do it. In a new report, Labor Policy Counsel Vincent Vernuccio and Policy Analyst Trey Kovacs explain what union leaders are doing to intimidate employers and what workers can do to stop them. Read the report here.






U.S. Principles at Stake as Government Keeps Growing

Fred L. Smith's letter to the editor in Financial Times


Regulators' Anti-Chemical Smear Campaign Will Breed an Unsafe World

Angela Logomasini's op-ed in Forbes


High Price of Cheap Drug Imports

Greg Conko's op-ed in The Washington Times


Overregulation Shackles Next Facebook

John Berlau's op-ed in Newsmax


A Tsunami of Bad Economics

Ryan Young's op-ed in The American Spectator


Improve Michigan's Economy With Alcohol Sales at Farmers Markets

Michelle Minton's article for the Mackinac Center for Public Policy


I Stand With ALEC--Amazon Didn't

Iain Murray's post on National Review Online


Has Ethanol Helped Lower Gas Prices

Marlo Lewis's interview in OneNewsNow









May 24, 2012: Driverless cars


Driverless cars are a new technology that could revolutionize the way we think about transportation. A prototype driverless car made by Google recently made the rounds in Washington, DC, and Land-use and Transportation Policy Analyst Marc Scribner got to take a ride. He shares his experience, talks about the potential benefits for road safety and congestion, and the regulatory hurdles that driverless cars must clear before they can enter the marketplace.