WASHINGTON — The National Labor Relations Board on Tuesday proposed a series of reforms that would speed the process of union elections, in part by deferring litigation over voter eligibility issues until after elections are held. The proposed revisions to existing rules would shorten the time period between the filing of an election petition and the actual election by removing what the NLRB called “unnecessary delays” stemming from “old-fashioned communication technologies” and “haphazard ...

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