By Rand Paul
Obama acts as though we no longer have a Constitution
Independent voices from the TWT Communities
The National Labor Relations Board indicated that it will press ahead with its work, despite a bombshell ruling Friday that called into question the legitimacy of the agency’s board and of the cases decided by President Obama’s recess appointees over the past year.
The National Labor Relations Board said it is studying its options on how to "move forward" after a court struck down the agency's controversial rule to speed up union-representation elections earlier this week, because of what unions are calling a technicality.
"It effectively means going forward that the court's decision will essentially shut down the board's ability to decide cases," he said.
"It remains to be seen how the board will react to this," said Ronald Meisburg, a former NLRB board member and general counsel.