Executive Fiat rewrites labor law

Progressives are pushing the Biden administration to implement their agenda via executive order, and Jennifer Abruzzo is involved in the case. The General Counsel of the National Labor Relations Board issued a memo last week that turns 75 years of legal practice on its head and strips corporations of their right to free speech.

The Abruzzo memo rewrites the law on the regulated issue of meetings with captive audiences, where companies are allowed to express their opposition to attempts at unionisation. Congress recognized this First Amendment right in the National Labor Relations Act, writing that the joint expression of “any view, argument or opinion, or the dissemination thereof . . . shall not constitute or evidence of an unfair labor practice.” Executive Fiat rewrites labor law

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