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Thomas 'Tom' Allen Coburn's Ratings and Endorsements on Issue: Employment and Affirmative Action

Office: U.S. Senate (OK) - Jr, Republican

Employment and Affirmative Action

2013-2014 National Active and Retired Federal Employees Association - Positions 0%
2013-2014 National Active and Retired Federal Employees Association - Positions (97th-113th Congresses) 15%
2013 Competitive Enterprise Institute - Workplace Choice (August, 2013) 100%
2013 Federally Employed Women - Positions 10%
2012 Federally Employed Women - Positions 10%
2011 Federally Employed Women - Positions 100%
2010 Federally Employed Women - Positions 10%
2009-2013 NumbersUSA [Americans for Better Immigration] - Positions - Reduce Illegal Jobs and Presence (Feb 11, 2013) 100%
2009 Federally Employed Women - Positions 0%
2009 Women Employed - Positions 0%
2008 Center for Worker Freedom - Positions 88%
2008 Latin America Working Group - Positions 0%
2007-2008 Federally Employed Women - Equality in Government Score 30
2007 Center for Worker Freedom - Positions 100%
2007 Federally Employed Women - Positions 20%
2007 National Employment Lawyers Association - Positions 0%
2005-2006 Business and Professional Women USA - Positions 83%
2005-2006 Federally Employed Women - Positions 20%
2005-2006 National Active and Retired Federal Employees Association - Positions 100%
2000 American Benefits Council - Positions 100%
1999-2000 National Active and Retired Federal Employees Association - Positions 50%
1996 Communications Workers of America - Positions on Workplace Rights 67%
1996 United Auto Workers - Positions on Workplace Rights 15%
1995-1996 International Association of Fire Fighters - Positions on Workplace Rights 0%
1995-1996 National Active and Retired Federal Employees Association - Positions 20%
1995 United Food & Commercial Workers - Positions on Workplace Rights 0%

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