President Barack Obama gave the Senate just one day to vet his new nominees to the National Labor Relations Board.
The White House withdrew the nomination of National Labor Relations Board members Richard Griffin and Sharon Block as part of a deal to avoid the nuclear option in the Senate on Tuesday, but multiple legal experts told the Washington Free Beacon the Supreme Court could still go after President Barack Obama’s abuse of his recess authority.
Senate Republicans are asking Democrats to abandon some of President Barack Obama’s nominees to strike a compromise that avoids the nuclear option threatened by Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D., Nev.).
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D., Nev.) announced Thursday his intention to pursue the nuclear option to push through President Barack Obama’s controversial labor nominees.
Controversial National Labor Relations Board member Richard Griffin previously worked for a union that has been sanctioned for racial discrimination.
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.
Labor insiders expect a federal appeals court to rule on a landmark case challenging President Barack Obama’s controversial recess appointments to the National Labor Relations Board in the near future.
National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) member Richard Griffin was complicit in a scheme to cover up embezzlement at a major labor union by terminating employees who attempted to expose the effort, according to members of the union.
Federal appeals court judges are questioning President Barack Obama’s January intrasession recess appointments to the National Labor Relations Board, according to the Washington Times.
One of President Obama’s controversial recess appointees to the National Labor Relations Bureau has ties to corrupt mafia bosses, Fox News reports.