Politico reporters agree: EFCA is "divisive"

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The first sentence of Patrick O'Connor's March 10 Politico article on the Employee Free Choice Act:

Republicans on both sides of the Capitol are using a divisive labor union bill to raise cash and launch new attacks on Democratic supporters of the measure, which would ease unionizing requirements.

The first sentence of Lisa Lerer's March 10 Politico article on the Employee Free Choice Act:

Sen. Tom Harkin (D-Iowa) and Rep. George Miller, (D-Calif.) are pushing back on the idea that a divisive labor union measure is in trouble, insisting there has been "no erosion" of Democratic support for the Employee Free Choice Act.

The first sentence of Alex Isenstadt's March 10 Politico article on the Employee Free Choice Act:

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid weighed in on a divisive labor union bill introduced in both chambers of Congress today, saying he's confident he can round up votes to pass the measure in the Senate.

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