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/ NLRB Nominee Urged Congress to Enact Controversial Card Check Bill

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By Justin Hakes 7/17/2013

/ D.C. Circuit Hears NLRB Recess Appointments Case ("Noel Canning" Case)

By Sean P. Redmond  12/6/12

The United States Circuit Court for the District of Columbia on Wednesday heard oral arguments in Noel Canning v. NLRB, the case challenging President Obama’s dubious recess appointments to the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB).  The president appointed three members of the NLRB on January 4, 2012, one day after the Senate started its 2012 session. 

/ NLRB’s Flynn Resigns, Board Headed Towards 3-0 Democratic Majority

By Sean P. Redmond 6/1/12

On May 26, National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) member Terence Flynn submitted his resignation, leaving the Board with just four members:  three Democrats and one Republican.  This is certainly an unwelcome occurrence as the NLRB’s Democratic majority has already used its power to craft radical changes to labor law, both through regulations and case decisions.

/ NLRB Promotional Blitz for Unions

By Sean P. Redmond  3/29/12

These truly are interesting times over at the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), the agency created back in 1935 to serve as an “independent quasi-judicial body,” in the words of President Franklin D. Roosevelt.