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June 21, 2011
Kline Condemns NLRB’s Proposal to Rush Union Elections
“Obama NLRB continues to push an activist agenda at the expense of our nation’s workforce.”
Source: Education & the Workforce Committee
By: Congressman John Kline

WASHINGTON, D.C. | June 21, 2011 - U.S. House Education and the Workforce Chairman John Kline (R-MN) issued the following statement today after the National Labor Relations Board proposed changes to the union election process:

“In a direct affront to the millions of Americans desperate for jobs and opportunities, the Obama NLRB continues to push an activist agenda at the expense of our nation’s workforce. Big Labor has found faithful friends on the Obama NLRB who are working hard to ‘fix’ a process that isn’t broken.  Not only will this misguided proposal to expedite union elections undermine an employer’s lawful right to communicate with his or her employees, it will cripple a worker’s ability to make an informed decision. Employers and employees have a right to speak their mind and vote their conscience; I will continue to oppose any effort to undermine these fundamental principles.

“The board is rushing a flawed proposal through a flawed process that will result in limited public scrutiny and congressional input.  For the sake of the nation’s workers and job creators, I urge the board to scrap this reckless proposal and abandon its job-destroying agenda.”



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