The Washington Times - September 2, 2011, 10:27AM

The administration’s National Labor Relation Board has brought about new rules in the work place as we head into labor day weekend. Legal News Line reports:

Mark Mix, president of the National Right to Work Foundation (NRWF) - a charitable organization that provides free legal assistance to employees nationwide - condemned the rule changes. 
“The NLRB’s new rules are just the latest example of the Obama Labor Board’s biased approach to administering labor law,” he said

But some pro-business conservatives are not too troubled. They believe in informing workers about rights as long as they are informed of all of their rights. 

Linda Chavez, President George W. Bush’s nominee for Secretary of Labor in 2001, now chairs the Center for Equal Opportunity. She said this could benefit workers if done equitably. 

“I believe in information being accessible,” Chavez said. “What I would want to make sure is that they are as aggressive in informing employees about not having their union dues go to partisan political activities or about their right not to join a union.” 


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