Author: Maxford Nelsen, opinion contributor

Authorizing congressional unions won’t end Democrats’ labor troubles

After months of speculation, the House of Representatives on Tuesday narrowly approved a resolution allowing congressional staff to collectively bargain. The resolution, H.R. 1096, was introduced by Rep. Andy Levin (D-Mich.) and adopted along party lines. In a statement following the vote, Levin celebrated how congressional Democrats “upheld our values of believing in the collective voice today.” Indeed, the obvious…