President Biden recently signed a bill forcing rail unions into accepting a contract many of them had rejected. That complicates his promise to be “the most pro-union president” in U.S. history.”

But if he can pressure Congress now into funding the fight against illegal union busting, he can take an important step toward repairing that damage.

After all, workers across the country and across industries—from Amazon warehouses in New York to Starbucks stores in Arizona and video game companies in California—are exercising their legal right to unionize and bargaining to make their jobs and lives better.

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Rebekah Entralgo Fernandez is the managing editor of You can follow her on Twitter at @rebekahentralgo.

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