105th Congress > Senate > Vote 564

Date: 1998-09-14

Result: 52-43 (Cloture Motion Rejected)

Clerk session vote number: 266

Vote Subject Matter: Social Welfare / Domestic Social Policy

Bill number: S1981

Question: On the Cloture Motion

Description: A bill to preserve the balance of rights between employers, employees, and labor organizations which is fundamental to our system of collective bargaining while preserving the rights of workers to organize, or otherwise engage in concerted activities protected under the National Labor Relations Act.

Bill summary: Truth in Employment Act - Amends the National Labor Relations Act to provide that nothing in specified prohibitions against unfair labor practices by employers shall be construed as requiring an employer to employ any person who is not a bona fide employee applicant, in that such person seeks or has sought employment with the employer with the primary purpose of furthering another employment or agency status.

Bill titles: A bill to preserve the balance of rights between employers, employees, and labor organizations which is fundamental to our system of collective bargaining while preserving the rights of workers to organize, or otherwise engage in concerted activities protected under the National Labor Relations Act.

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