Biz Groups Continue Push To Nix NLRB Election Rule

By Matthew Bultman (November 9, 2015, 7:07 PM EST) -- Business groups on Monday made a final bid to convince the Fifth Circuit to set aside the National Labor Relations Board's new rule streamlining the union election process, insisting that the rule infringes on employees' rights and privacy.

The groups, led by the Associated Builders and Contractors of Texas Inc., want the appellate court to reverse a June decision tossing their challenge and declare the new election rule is invalid. The NLRB defended the rule last month when it told the court it was enacted within the scope of the board's authority.

On Monday, the ABC responded that the board continues...

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