WASHINGTON — The National Labor Relations Board 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 scheduled to take effect on April 30. In addition, President Obama last week named three new appointments to the NLRB — two Democrats and one Republican — a move that also drew the ire of some business leaders. The ...

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