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    Posted: April 29, 2011 | Posted by Crystal Whitfield | No Comments

    The New York Times has been providing very good coverage of some very worrisome actions recently taken by the National Labor Relations Board.  The NLRB plans on suing two states for “card check” rules, and a major employer who moved operations from one state to another.  If you have not heard about these issues yet, here are a few “must read” articles:

    *Labor Board Plans Suits Against Two States Over Union Election Rules

    The N.L.R.B. told state officials it would file lawsuits against Arizona and South Dakota to block constitutional amendments that require secret ballots for unionization drives.

    *Labor Board Case Against Boeing Points to Fights to Come

    The federal labor board has sought to reinterpret and more vigorously enforce the rules governing employers and employees.

    *Labor Board Tells Boeing New Factory Breaks Law

    National Labor Relations Board files complaint seeking to force Boeing to bring airplane production line back to unionized factories in Washington State instead of moving work to nonunion plant in South Carolina; Boeing plans to contest labor board’s complaint.

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