WASHINGTON — The National Labor Relations Board will sort through more than 5,000 comments — including last week's testimony from food retailers and unionized food workers — as it considers enacting controversial changes to federal union election procedures. The National Grocers Association was among the groups testifying before the NLRB last week during public hearings on the proposed changes, designed to streamline the union election process. Jay P. Krupin, a labor law attorney ...

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