An article from the Wall Street Journal:
Unions are pushing state lawmakers to pass legislation that would make organizing workers easier, as efforts to rewrite federal organizing laws remain stalled in Congress.
Oregon passed the Worker Freedom Act, which prohibits companies from holding mandatory employee meetings to talk about organizing.
Employers say mandatory meetings, known as "captive audience meetings," are necessary to counter misleading information disseminated by union organizers. Unions say employers use the meetings to gauge worker sympathies and pressure workers not to join the union.