Union-Vote Rule Change Rankles Transport-Agency Head

The chairwoman of the National Mediation Board has sharply criticized the federal agency's proposal to change a decades-old election rule that would make it easier for airline and railway employees to unionize, exposing a sharp rift at the agency's three-person board.

In a letter sent to more than a dozen Republican senators Monday, NMB Chairwoman Elizabeth Dougherty said the process by which the proposal was drafted by her two colleagues is "flawed," and she questioned whether the agency had the authority to make such a rule change.

Click here to read more at The Wall Street Journal.

Get Advice Join TDU Donate

Recent News

Listen to Our COVID-19 Conference Call

More than 700 UPS Teamsters joined a national conference call on meeting the challenge of the COVID-19 crisis.

Senate Bill Fails to Protect Pensions: Battle Continues Now

The $2 trillion stimulus package which passed the Senate and will likely soon be passed by the House, called the “Phase 3” plan to revive the economy, did not include protection for earned pensions. But that fight is alive right now, because a new “Phase 4” bill will be considered in late April.

View More News Posts