The Employee Free Choice Act of 2007

Workers who form unions have superior bargaining power. Working together, they can negotiate higher wages and better benefits. The Employee Free Choice Act (EFCA), presently being considered in Congress, facilitates worker organization by removing barriers to “certifying” a union for collective bargaining. This report estimates the impact that EFCA will have on employer-based health and pension benefits.

The report estimates the national impact of the Employee Free Choice Act:

  • 3,537,625 more people with health insurance.
  • 2,773,045 more people with pensions.

National Report (PDF)



State Reports


ALABAMA: Report

ARIZONA: Report

CALIFORNIA: Report

CONNECTICUT: Report

FLORIDA: Report

HAWAII: Report

ILLINOIS: Report

IOWA: Report

KENTUCKY: Report

MAINE: Report

MASSACHUSETTS: Report

MINNESOTA: Report

MISSOURI: Report

NEBRASKA: Report

NEW HAMPSHIRE: Report

NEW MEXICO: Report

NORTH CAROLINA: Report

OHIO: Report

OREGON: Report

RHODE ISLAND: Report

SOUTH DAKOTA: Report

TEXAS: Report

VERMONT: Report

WASHINGTON: Report

WISCONSIN: Report

ALASKA: Report

ARKANSAS: Report

COLORADO: Report

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GEORGIA: Report

IDAHO: Report

INDIANA: Report

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LOUISIANA: Report

MARYLAND: Report

MICHIGAN: Report

MISSISSIPPI: Report

MONTANA: Report

NEVADA: Report

NEW JERSEY: Report

NEW YORK: Report

NORTH DAKOTA: Report

OKLAHOMA: Report

PENNSYLVANIA: Report

SOUTH CAROLINA: Report

TENNESSEE: Report

UTAH: Report

VIRGINIA: Report

WEST VIRGINIA: Report

WYOMING: Report