Union Contribution Dispute Sent Back To Pa. Labor Board

By Alex Wolf (September 8, 2016, 9:34 PM EDT) -- A Pennsylvania appeals court ruled Thursday that the Pennsylvania Labor Relations Board erred when it passed off to the state attorney general's office an investigation into the alleged misuse of funds from teachers' unions to support Gov. Tom Wolf's 2014 gubernatorial campaign.

A three-judge panel for the Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania concluded that the labor board had made a mistake when it determined that it lacked the authority to look into a college professor's complaint that the National Education Association and the Pennsylvania State Education Association violated a section of the state's Public Employee Relations Act that prohibits public sector unions...

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