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  • iMail , News September 22, 2011

    GOP Fails in Senate Bid to Cripple NLRB

    A strong presence by labor in the halls of Congress made all the difference in the fight to defeat an amendment that would have eliminated a key enforcement remedy available to the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB). The amendment, introduced in the Senate Appropriations Committee by South Carolina Republican Sen. Lindsay Graham, would strip the

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  • iMail , News August 18, 2011

    Tell the NLRB: Workers Support a Level Playing Field

    Corporate giants and anti-worker front groups are flooding the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) with letters to stop the enactment of several new rules that would level the playing field for workers in union representation elections. The proposed rules would make union representation elections fairer by simplifying procedures, deferring litigation and setting shorter deadlines for

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  • iMail , News August 2, 2011

    Legal Scholars Oppose Disclosure of NLRB Documents

    Last week, a group of 34 law and labor academics sent a letter to House Oversight Committee Chairman Darrell Issa (R-CA) urging him to stop interfering with the National Labor Relations Board’s law enforcement proceeding against the Boeing Company.  The professors assert that Issa’s request for documents serves little oversight purpose, but is instead a

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  • iMail , News July 26, 2011

    Labor, House Dems Stand Against GOP Attack on NLRB

    District 751 member Pat Bertucci, left, and Craig Eddings, right, joined House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, far right, House members George Miller, Rosa DeLauro and Tammy Baldwin at a press conference to speak out against Republican attacks on collective bargaining rights. Dozens of labor advocates gathered at the capitol today to speak out against the GOP’s

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