WASHINGTON — The National Labor Relations Board in a 2-1 vote Wednesday approved proposed rules that would speed up union elections by reducing litigation in election cases that come before the board. The approved measures represent only a portion of the changes proposed by the board earlier this year, but were brought to vote Wednesday while the board has a quorum. It is likely the board will have only two members following the end of the current congressional session. The board ...
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