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NLRB wants ‘poster rule’ revived

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National Labor Relations Board lawyers are trying to revive a rule that forced businesses to post signs explaining workers’ rights to form a union. The Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals threw out the NLRB’s rule in May, saying it violated management’s First Amendment rights. In a July 22 court filing, the NLRB asked the full court to reconsider its ruling. A three-judge panel had made the earlier...

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