NLRB Sets Stage for Settlement of Trump-Era Union Dues Case (1)

April 28, 2021, 5:10 PMUpdated: April 28, 2021, 9:11 PM

The National Labor Relations Board has cleared the way for a United Food and Commercial Workers International Union affiliate to settle Trump-era allegations that it violated federal labor law, sending the case back to the regional level over the opposition of a conservative advocacy group.

The NLRB granted a joint request by the agency’s acting general counsel and the union without comment Wednesday. They had asked the board to remand the case to the Pittsburgh regional office so they can resolve allegations related to the union’s membership dues form.

With its order, the NLRB tacitly rejected the National Right to ...

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