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“The card check provision is being replaced with a different method of clamping down on employer intimidation, which involves faster elections, mail-in ballots, and a requirement that organizers be allowed to get the word out on company property.”
“The mail-in and on-line nomination forms are here.”
“Today is the day when mail-in ballots must be postmarked by, and the deadline for online nominations is February 15.”
“Fabrizio Constanti for The Wall Street Journal A board at the Dexter facility shows different mail-in options available for cellphone users.”
“One possiblity: I noticed on a mail-in rebate that by claiming the rebate you give up the ability to return the product for any reason.”
“In this post, I joked about the complexity of mail-in rebate forms.”
“And there will be plenty of “missing” citizens due to “mishaps” with the mail-in forms that never arrive.”
“Think Geek sells this for a measly $39.99 – it also comes with a mail-in for a free tadpole.”
“The overall high mail-in response was buoyed mostly by higher than expected participation in the East and Midwest.”
“WASHINGTON (AP) It's down to the wire: With a few days left before final mail-in results are tallied, nearly three-fourths of U.S. households have returned their census form.”
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