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NFIB Applauds Poster Rule Demise

Author: Eric Reller Date: January 07, 2014

NLRB acknowledges gross overeach

For Immediate Release
Contact:
Eric Reller 202-314-2073 or Eric.Reller@NFIB.org


WASHINGTON, D.C., January 6, 2014Executive Director of the NFIB Small Business Legal Center Karen Harned issued the following statement in response to the NLRB announcing it will no longer require businesses to display pro-union posters:

“Today’s announcement is a victory for small-business owners who have been subjected to the illegal actions of a labor board that has consistently acted outside of its authority and failed in its duty as a neutral arbiter. The National Federation of Independent Business has the led the charge – as a plaintiff – against the NLRB’s “Notice Posting Rule” decision, because it served as blatant pro-union propaganda. We are pleased the labor board has decided to comply with several court rulings and declined to pursue this troubling agenda.”

Executive Director of the NFIB Small Business Legal Center Karen Harned is available for comment.

This announcement follows the United States Court of Appeals in Washington, D.C., May 2013 ruling in favor of NFIB in its challenge to Poster Rule. NFIB is the nation’s leading small-business advocacy organization, representing 350,000 small businesses around the country.

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The NFIB Small Business Legal Center is a 501(c)(3) organization created to protect the rights of America's small business owners by providing advisory material on legal issues and by ensuring that the voice of small business is heard in the nation's courts. The National Federation of Independent Business is the nation’s leading small business association, with offices in Washington, D.C. and all 50 state capitals.>

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