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NLRB Is Working With A Full Slate


The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) recently swore in four Senate-confirmed members. This is the first time that the panel has been fully staffed with approved members in nearly a decade. The current NLRB members are: Nancy Schiffer, Kent Hirozawa, Harry Johnson, Philip Miscimarra, and Mark Gaston Pearce.

This development follows the controversy associated with President Obama's controversial recess appointments.

The full story from the Washington Post can be found here.


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