Griffin Confirmed as Labor Board GC on Party-Line Vote

, The National Law Journal

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The Senate confirmed Richard Griffin to serve as the top lawyer at the National Labor Relations Board on Tuesday, just three months after legislators struck a deal that removed him of the agency's board.

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  • Tony Conte

    The eight Republicans who voted to allow the nomination of this union shill to go forward ought to have their heads examined and should be replaced with Republicans who better understand political reality.

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