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The most important labor or employment law reform in a generation came within a few votes of enactment last spring. With due respect to the Employee Free Choice Act of 2007, which would have enacted numerous pro-worker amendments to the National Labor Relations Act, I refer to the Comprehensive Immigration Reform Act of 2007, a bill that the Bush administration and a bipartisan group of legislators negotiated in spring 2007, but that the Senate ultimately failed to pass.

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