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Labor Relations Board OKs union paying workers to protest Walmart

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National Labor Relations Board lawyers OKed a major union's practice of paying people to protest against Walmart in a legal memorandum earlier this month. The federal labor law enforcement agency said the practice of paying workers $50 apiece to join protests “did not constitute unlawful … coercion of employees.” In a Nov. 15 memorandum from the NLRB's general counsel office regarding the...

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