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U.S. House Ready To Act On Obama Labor Board

By WFI Staff Congress is gearing up for a showdown on the fate of the controversial National Labor Relations Board.  The U.S. House is set to vote next week on H.R. 1120, the Preventing Greater Uncertainty in Labor-Management Relations Act.  After … Continue reading

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NLRB Doesn’t Take Constitutional Violations Seriously

The word is out on the National Labor Relations Board: despite the historic ruling by the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals finding President Obama’s NLRB recess appointments unconstitutional, the Board doesn’t seem to care. But, that’s not a good way … Continue reading

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Obama Labor Board Checked By The Courts

by Fred Wszolek (first appeared in Real Clear Policy) On January 4th of last year, President Obama decided to thumb his nose at the United States Senate. He purported to recess-appoint Richard Griffin and Sharon Block to the National Labor … Continue reading

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Justice Department Contradicts Itself On Recess Appointments

“The lengths President Obama will go to payback Big Labor appear limitless. First, he recess appoints Richard Griffin and Sharon Block to the National Labor Relations Board without giving the Senate any time whatsoever to conduct its Constitutional responsibility to advise and consent, and next, his Justice Department issues a legal opinion which disputes previous findings from that very same office,” said Fred Wszolek, spokesperson for the Workforce Fairness Institute (WFI). Continue reading

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