House rejects Dem amendments to NLRB bill

Rejected amendments were from:

Tim BishopTim BishopFlint residents hire first K Street firm House moves to vote on .1T package; backup plan in place GOP wants accountability, innovation from accreditation – at least right now MORE (D-NY), to give the NLRB the authority to impose sanctions against any party that makes frivolous filings during pre-election hearings. Failed 187-288.

Leonard Boswell (D-Iowa), to prohibit employers offering executive compensation bonuses about 10,000 percent of the compensation of the average employee from raising any issues during pre-election hearings. Failed 181-239.

Tim Walz (D-Minn.), prohibit employers liable from labor law violations against a veteran in the one year preceding a petition filing from raising issues during a pre-election hearing. Failed 200-221.

Sheila Jackson LeeSheila Jackson-LeePelosi: ‘We must and we will bring back’ Nigerian schoolgirls Big bucks spent honoring lawmakers Black caucus treads carefully into Apple-FBI fight MORE (D-Texas), strike language in the bill giving employees time to educate themselves about unionization. Failed 188-236.

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