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Senate Democrats Side with Unions, Uphold Controversial NLRB Rule

Bruce420 Wrote: Apr 26, 2012 9:32 AM
Have I thanked the big-government-loving voters of Alaska for Murkowski lately? Is it too late to give these losers (except Sarah P. & family) back to Russia?

Today, the sleepwalking Senate will wake briefly to vote on a measure that would nullify a controversial National Labor Relations Board rule set to take effect on April 30. Recall that back in early December, the NLRB passed a rule allowing "snap elections" for union membership. The rule's primary function was to cut down on the time between the announcement of a vote to unionize and the vote itself. Whereas previously, employers would have six weeks to present their case against unionization, those businesses now have only ten to fourteen days of persuasion.

Sen. Rand Paul (KY) summarized some...