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House Committee OKs Cuts To Labor Dept., NLRB Budgets

Law360 (July 12, 2018, 4:26 PM EDT) -- The House Appropriations Committee has cleared a spending bill for fiscal 2019 that trims the U.S. Department of Labor's budget by about $89 million and slices the National Labor Relations Board’s budget by about 5 percent.

By a 30-22 vote on Wednesday, the committee cleared a $177 billion Labor, Health and Human Services, and Education spending package for fiscal 2019 that includes $12.1 billion in discretionary funds to the DOL, which is about $89 million below its fiscal 2018 level. The NLRB’s budget saw a more...
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