Organizing for Action courting unions as cash grab accelerates

Bogardus, Kevin
March 2013
Hill;3/19/2013, Vol. 20 Issue 32, p10
The article reports that Organizing for Action (OFC) is soliciting organized labor unions to acquire major source of Democratic campaign cash for the support to the second-term agenda of U.S. President Barack Obama.


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