Bush NLRB Nominees Scrutinized By Dems, Unions

Law360 (January 30, 2008, 12:00 AM EST) -- The Bush administration's nomination of three members to the National Labor Relations Board, including the previously outgoing chair, has raised the ire of Democrats and labor groups, who will likely push to reject confirmation after years of alleged anti-worker rulings by the board.

President Bush nominated Robert J. Battista, Dennis P. Walsh and Snell & Wilmer LLP partner Gerald Morales to the board on Jan. 25. The five-member board has been short-handed since the term of chairman Battista expired on Dec. 16, followed by term endings...
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