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PORTLAND, OR - Two business groups are trying to stop Oregon's Worker Freedom Act from taking effect on Jan. 1. The law allows workers to skip meetings in which employers "counter union rhetoric and provide information to employees about the realities of a unionized workplace, including the requirement to pay dues and the possibility of being forced out on strike," says the federal court action.

An expanded version of the law being considered by state Democrats would allow a union representative to attend all such meetings and sound air horns while company spokespersons are talking.

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