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Other cases test whether unions can organize multiple, small groups of workers in a single facility, and whether employees should continue to have a 45-day window in which to challenge workplace unionizations that use a "card check" vote instead of a secret ballot.
Come on folks, we need to rally and support our nominee or face another 4 years of democrat cuts, taxes and unionizations.
The store closure, which followed one of the first unionizations of Wal-Mart employees in North America, drew continent-wide attention and the high-stakes appeal has been closely watched by labour and business.