Thursday, June 17, 2010

NLRB's two-member rulings illegal, says SCOTUS

This is all you really need to know...
Hundreds of recent federal rulings in disputes between unions and employers could be reopened after the Supreme Court said on Thursday that it was illegal for the National Labor Relations Board to decide the cases with only two sitting members.


But for those of you that like to read the weighter legal stuff, here's the SCOTUS decision (in PDF).

Of course, the AFL-CIO front group American Rights at Work is playing the blame game, as usual.

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