After a strong majority of workers petitioned the National Labor Relations Board for a union election, the company launched an aggressive campaign to block their right to collectively bargain.

Despite massive and illegal interference by management, workers won their union election. But Rite Aid refuses to respect the workers' decision, and has hired union busting consultants and anti-union attorneys to stall negotiations for a first contract.

After "surface bargaining" for over a year, Rite Aid is now running a campaign to decertify the workers' union in Lancaster.

This "outlaw" behavior by management is all too common, and shows why we need to pass the Employee Free Choice Act.