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Input Pours In Before NLRB Election Rule Comment Deadline

By Braden Campbell (April 18, 2018, 7:25 PM EDT) -- More than 6,000 labor groups, businesses and workers responded to the National Labor Relations Board's call for feedback on whether and how to revise a controversial Obama-era rule aimed at streamlining the union election process ahead of a twice-extended comment deadline that passed Wednesday.

Groups including the National Small Business Association and the National Retail Federation detailed their frustrations with the rule, which has been a punching bag for businesses and their attorneys since its adoption in 2014. Others, including the Economic Policy Institute, which advocates for policies that help low-wage workers, questioned the wisdom of undoing a rule they say...

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