Labor is turning against it.
I don't understand the public choice implications of all of this. None of this should be a surprise. Why were unions for it in 2010, only to turn against it now? Is there some sort of Machiavellian knot that is being worked out here, or were the bill's supporters really that clueless about the complex consequences of piling dozens or hundreds of inter-related mandates and fees on top of each other? Could our federal governance have gotten that bad?