WASHINGTON — Retail groups on Friday applauded a federal appeals court ruling finding that President Obama’s appointments to the National Labor Relations Board a year ago were unconstitutional. The appointments of Sharon Block, Richard Griffin and Terence Flynn to fill vacancies on the NLRB were made a year ago while Congress was on a holiday break but still in session, the three-judge panel ruled. Obama made the choices after Senate Republicans on several occasions voted to ...
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