Shortly after the Senate voted to pass a budget resolution that would repeal parts of the Affordable Care Act, the Republican Study Committee introduced an alternative plan to replace it.
Republicans are pushing for legislation that could fundamentally shift American labor law away from hereditary and coercive unionism.
The Obama administration released new regulations on Wednesday that critics say will hinder businesses from competing for government contracts.
House Republicans are attempting to slow the National Labor Relation Board’s (NLRB) imposition of a union election rule that critics say will benefit labor groups.
The House labor committee sent a letter to Office of Management and Budget’s regulation chief Howard Shelanski on Friday requesting his presence at a committee meeting Tuesday July 23 to explain the Obama administration’s delay of the employer mandate.
House Republicans are fighting to secure secret ballots in union certification votes to prevent intimidation tactics.
Congressional Republicans will introduce legislation to overturn a controversial National Labor Relations Board decision and protect workplaces from backdoor unionization.
The House voted today to block the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) from ruling on workplace disputes until the Senate has properly confirmed three board members.
President Barack Obama nominated two Republicans and one Democrat to the National Labor Relations Board Wednesday on the eve of a House vote that would defund the board over unconstitutional recess appointments.
Labor Secretary Hilda Solis announced her sudden resignation on Wednesday in a move that surprised insiders, who quickly began speculating on potential replacements.