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NLRB suffers latest recess appointment-related setback

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Federal Judge Benjamin Settle ruled on Aug. 13, that National Labor Relations Board general counsel Lafe Solomon was unconstitutionally appointed to his position. It was the latest example of the judicial branch pushing back against President Obama’s use of recess appointments to bypass the Senate confirmation process. Settle ruled that the NLRB lacked the standing to charge a Washington state...

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