Maybe one day we could also get out of control unions under control too.
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Union bosses may soon be facing a labor relations climate not seen in nearly 80 years–a world where there is no government agency for union bosses to run to. If that occurs, while many will proclaim their indignation, the reality is, a world without the NLRB may not be a bad thing–for unions.
Following the 2010 mid-term elections, union bosses saw their dream of getting legislation passed to effectively eliminate secret-ballot elections die. As an alternative, Barack Obama used “recess appointments” of union stalwarts to the National Labor Relations Board to begin implementing their Plan B Strategy in order to rewrite labor law by regulatory fiat.
Now, following the U.S. District of Columbia Circuit Court of Appeals striking down Obama’s appointments as unconstitutional, today’s union bosses may face an environment not seen since the 1930s–a nation without the National Labor Relations Board.
Currently, the NLRB is due to file its writ of certiorari with the Supreme Court by April 25th. This means that, unless the Court expedites the NLRB case, the issue may not be heard until October. If this happens, the Court’s decision may not be issued until January 2014.