What one employment-law question would you ask Paul Ryan?

September 27, 2012
By Eric B. Meyer on September 27, 2012 7:10 AM | | Comments

paulryan.jpegWe're just a few months away from the Presidential election. That means that the debates are right around the corner.

Monday, started a week-long series of hypothetical debate question for the 2012 candidates for President and Vice President. Here are the questions I asked President Obama, Mitt Romney, and Vice President Biden.

And here's my question for Rep. Paul Ryan:

Your campaign website claims (here) that "unions drive up costs and introduce rigidities that harm competitiveness and frustrate innovation." Both you and Mitt Romney have been critical of the Employee Free Choice Act, a bill that would have made it easier for employees to unionize. Indeed, you once received a 7% approval rating with the AFL-CIO
Do you feel that unions today provide any benefit in America's workplace? 
And, if given the opportunity, would you repeal the National Labor Relations Act altogether?

To see what my fellow bloggers would ask Mr. Ryan, check out:

What would you ask Mr. Ryan at the '12 debates? Let me know in the comments below.