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Supreme Court To Decide The Fate Of Obama’s Unconstitutional “Recess” Appointments

This was just too good a case for the highest court in the land to pass up. But it’s also the kind of case that the U.S. Supreme Court cannot afford to ignore, either.  This may very well become one … Continue reading

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NLRB’s Continuing Mischief At The Expense Of Worker Rights

by Fred Wszolek (originally appeared in Townhall.com) The National Employee Freedom Week (NEFW), which the Workforce Fairness Institute (WFI) strongly supports, is a nationwide campaign aimed at educating employees about their statutory and constitutional right to not be a union … Continue reading

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Courts Continue To Call Into Question The Legitimacy Of Obama Labor Board

The “recess” appointment issue concerning the National Labor Relations Board is coming to a head.  Federal judges apparently aren’t as interested in hearing the NLRB appeal on “ambush” elections as they are in having the government agency answer why it’s … Continue reading

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