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    :: Monday, November 26, 2007 ::

    Unions disclose long list of anti-worker NLRB cases - By Mark Gruenberg, Workday Minnesota
    The recent AFL-CIO-led protests against the National Labor Relations Board highlighted dozens of rulings that undermine the rights of people on the job.

    The demonstrations, which included more than 1,000 people marching through downtown Washington to NLRB headquarters on Nov. 15 -- and thousands more descending on agency offices in 25 other cities nationwide -- were based on a catalog of heavily anti-worker rulings the labor federation says pervert both the agency's mission and the intent of U.S. labor law.

    What the AFL-CIO calls "The September Steamroller" is so bad that the 61 rulings it cited led protesters to demand the board shut down until a new president is elected and names a new board.
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