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Senate approves Obama’s picks to labor board

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After a lengthy partisan standoff the Senate on Tuesday confirmed President Obama’s picks to the National Labor Relations Board, a move that filled the panel’s five seats with undisputed members for the first time in years. The three Democratic-backed and two Republican-supported nominees to the board were approved as expected after the chamber’s leaders struck a deal earlier this month that...

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