Congressional leaders have introduced the Employee Free Choice Act in the House and Senate.
The act could end the secret ballot vote for employees considering forming a union and allow union leaders to solicit cards with employee signatures instead.
The bill has major support in the Democratic party and is expected to pass a House vote.
Click play to watch the CBN News report followed by comments from Pat Robertson on labor unions.
Critics of the legislation tell CBN News the lack of a secret ballot will bully employees into joining a union.
"This is a very partisan sort of political back scratching kind of bill. It is something the labor unions have pushed because they have dwindling membership," a critic said.
The Senate is expected to take up the Employee Free Choice Act after easter.