New York City’s recent bill proposing to ban the city’s fast-food restaurants from firing workers without ‘just cause’ is just the kind of thing we’d expect unions to rally behind (think Fight for $15), but Big Labor isn’t showing its typical enthusiasm. The reason, we can surmise, is that this kind of ‘just cause’ protection is one Big Labor’s most touted benefits to organizing. Should it become the status quo, well, why organize?