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Frank Lewis


PDT Staff Writer


On Friday, Representative Brad Wenstrup (OH-02) applauded passage of H.R. 1120, the “Preventing Greater Uncertainty in Labor-Management Relations Act,” which will address the ongoing legal chaos surrounding President Obama’s controversial recess appointments to the National Labor Relations Board. The bill would cease all activity until the legal issues surrounding the legitimacy of the so-called recess appointments are resolved.


“These recess appointments are yet another example of President Obama attempting bypass Congress to pursue his own agenda,” Wenstrup said. “Under his administration, the NLRB has turned sharply to the left, instead of being an impartial arbiter. Today’s bill seeks to hold the President accountable to the Constitution and restore economic and legal certainty to job creators and workers in southern Ohio.”


On Jan. 4, 2012, Obama made three recess appointments to the NLRB when the Senate was in pro forma session. Wenstrup said, in doing so, he was ignoring the Constitution’s “advice and consent” requirement. In January 2013, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit ruled that those appointments were unconstitutional.


“Despite this decision, the NLRB has continued to function, causing employers to question the NLRB’s rulings and creating uncertainty and confusion,” Wenstrup said. “Employers and employees need certainty. We also deserve a government that functions properly and is accountable to the people. When an agency continues to create tremendous legal uncertainty for American businesses, initiated by the president’s own actions, I believe it is incumbent on Congress to act.”


Frank Lewis may be reached at 740-353-3101, ext. 252, or at flewis@civitasmedia.com. For breaking news, follow Frank on Twitter @FrankLewisPDT.





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