Organized labor in Florida is asking its members to pull their funds out of major banks that are supporting what labor leaders call a union-busting bill in that state's legislature.

The AFL-CIO campaign is targeting Bank of America, Wachovia, Regions and other big banks and asking its members to "find a local community bank or credit union that deserves our business."

At issue is the Florida Chamber of Commerce support for a proposed "Paycheck Protection Act" before the state Senate, which would bar the collection of union dues from public employees and the use of those dues for political purposes.

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