WASHINGTON — A U.S. District Court judge said Monday that controversial new rules to speed up union elections could not be enacted because the National Labor Relations Board lacked a quorum when the rules were approved late last year. The opinion drew applause from business groups including the Retail Industry Leaders Association, which in a statement Tuesday said the judge’s decision would protect due process and fairness in union elections. Judge James Boasberg of the U.S ...

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