Tempering some of the pleasure of Amazon workers at a plant in Alabama overwhelmingly rejecting unionizing is the ongoing effort to pass the Protecting the Right to Organize Act (the PRO Act as it is known). With workers at the Amazon fulfillment center in Bessemer voting over the course of the seven-week representation election against joining the Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union by a margin of 1,798 – 738, it took the National Labor Relations Board two weeks to tally the ballots. In the wake of the defeat, organized labor will now focus their national efforts on the Congress. President Biden included the PRO Act in his $2.3 trillion infrastructure bill and has called for the pro-union legislation to be passed. He also injected himself directly into the Amazon union battle releasing a 2 and ½ minute video in March endorsing the unionizing effort. The PRO Act, which just over a month ago passed the House of Representatives, faces very long odds of winning approval in the evenly-split US Senate. It would overturn existing right to work laws in 27 states and would make it significantly harder, if not impossible for businesses to challenge and oppose a unionizing effort within their own workforce.