In the corporate war on the proposed Employee Free Choice Act, bankers are nowhere to be found.

The American Bankers Association offers up no position about the controversial legislation that would ease restrictions on union-organizing activity. On the Web site of the Financial Services Roundtable, a link on labor policy issues passes visitors off to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce to read polemics against the act's "card-check" union election rules and controversial federal arbitration for contract disputes.

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