From Americans for Prosperity:
AFP Responds to NLRB Threat to Sue States for Protecting Workers' Private Ballot
In response to the news that the National Labor Relations Board is threatening to sue four states for enacting state constitutional amendments to protect workers' right to a secret ballot in union organizing elections, AFP VP for Policy Phil Kerpen released the following statement:
"The NLRB's aggressive action to undermine state protections for private ballot voting rights in union organizing elections shows how determined the board is to accomplish card check by backdoor means -- against the wishes of the American people and Congress.
"The NLRB is led by Craig Becker, a former SEIU lawyer that President Obama installed as a recess appointment after the Senate rejected him because of his extreme views. "Congress must now step in to protect the right of workers to a private ballot before the NLRB can contrive to take it away."
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