EFCA by Fiat? What a Becker Confirmation to the NLRB Could Mean for Employers

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On February 4, 2010, the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee voted 13-10 to approve the nomination of Craig Becker to be a member of the National Labor Relations Board. It was a party line vote, with all 10 Republicans on the committee voting against Becker's nomination. Becker must next be confirmed by the entire Senate. With Senator Scott Brown already sworn in as the 41st Republican, there is a real possibility that Becker's confirmation could be blocked by a filibuster. If that were to happen, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid said the Obama Administration may use a recess appointment to get Becker on the NLRB, which would not require Senate approval.

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