WASHINGTON — The National Labor Relations Board Wednesday said it had adopted a final rule that it said would speed the union election process, drawing howls of protest — and a lawsuit — from retailers and other business groups. The rule is to be published in the Federal Register Thursday and take effect on April 30. As previously reported in SN, the rule, focusing on procedures to be followed by the NLRB in contested union elections, is a stripped-down version of a ...

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