Wednesday, February 11, 2015

GOP moves to block union election rule

Senate Republicans sought Monday to employ the little-used Congressional Review Act in a bid to block the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) from speeding up union elections.

The statute empowers Congress to overturn executive branch regulations it doesn't like, provided enough lawmakers sign on to the effort.

A trio of top GOP lawmakers introduced a motion of disapproval against what they refer to as the NLRB’s “ambush” election rule, issued last year. 
Unfortunately, the GOP does not have the votes in either house to override a certain Presidential veto.

Bottom line:  Prepare for the worst.  Be ready to run a short, but highly effective against unionization.  Training is available.  Email me if you would like to discuss.


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