WASHINGTON — Business leaders, including retailers, last week denounced proposed rule changes by the National Labor Relations Board and the U.S. Department of Labor as an end-around to achieving the same pro-union goals as the so-called “card check” legislation that died last year in Congress. The NLRB last week proposed a series of procedural changes that would speed the process of union elections, in part by deferring litigation over voter eligibility issues until after elections are ...

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