By Perry Chiaramonte, FoxNews.com
Workers at a sandwich shop allowed to tell customers food handlers may have the flu. A car dealer told his policy that employees be courteous to customers is illegal. And employees at a nursing home told they can’t keep complaints and concerns about co-workers confidential.
Over the last year, the National Labor Relations Board has made 341 rulings, including some that have prompted critics to call it the most activist, pro-worker board ever. And now that a federal court has ruled the current board was put together with unconstitutional recess appointments by President Obama, those holdings are suddenly in question. . . .
Jay Sekulow, chief counsel of the American Center for Law and Justice, which filed an amicus brief in the case, said the court reversed a power grab by the White House.
"The decision represents a stinging rebuke to President Obama's overreach regarding 'recess appointments,'” said Sekulow. . . .
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