Published September 15, 2011
The measure, approved on a 238 to 186 vote, would ban the National Labor Relations Board from ordering any employer to shut down plants or relocate work, even if a company violates labor laws.
While the bill is not expected to get a vote in the Democratic-run Senate, Republicans are trying to keep up pressure on the agency over a move they claim interferes with legitimate business decisions.
“It tells job creators they don’t have to fear an activist NLRB reversing important decisions about where to locate a business,” said Minnesota Rep. John Kline, chairman of the House Committee on Education and the Workforce.
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