Owens Co-Sponsors the Employee Rights Act

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, Rep. Burgess Owens (UT-04) co-sponsored the Employee Rights Act of 2023. The bill seeks to modernize our nation’s labor policies to match the needs of the 21st-century worker and workforce. This legislation represents the Republican vision for the future of the American workforce: promoting growth and innovation, ensuring that our laws protect workers rather than union bosses, and allowing Americans to take home more of the money they earn.

“Hard-working families, small business owners, and independent contractors in Utah and across the nation depend on flexible and stable work options,” said Rep. Owens. “The pro-union and anti-growth policies of the Biden administration have dampened job growth, denied workers their freedom to choose their work structure, and exacerbated inflation for consumers. I am proud to support the Employee Rights Act to reverse burdensome regulations, empower the workforce, and curb the corruptive power of union bosses.” 

The full text of the legislation is available here.

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