House Passes ‘Pro Act’, Legislation That Would Reform U.S. Labor Laws



In a win for the labor movement, the House on Tuesday passed legislation that would reform labor laws and give workers more power to organize after decades of setbacks to unions.

The Protecting the Right to Organize Act, also known as the PRO Act, was previously passed by the House in early 2020 but the Senate, then under Republican control, failed to take it up. The House passed it again Tuesday with a vote of 225-206, largely along party lines.

Five Republicans voted for the bill and one Democrat opposed the PRO Act.

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