WASHINGTON — Speakers representing food retailers and unionized employees testified before the National Labor Relations Board here Tuesday on proposed procedure changes to speed union elections. More than 50 speakers representing a wide range of industries and trades testified during two days of public hearings on the changes, which are largely supported by labor groups and opposed by employers. Jay P. Krupin, an attorney with Epstein Becker & Green, testified on behalf of the National ...

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