US Air Transport Assn. yesterday filed a lawsuit in US federal court seeking to overturn the National Mediation Board's decision last week to change air and rail union voting rules, alleging that the board overstepped its bounds in reversing more than 75 years of precedent. NMB ruled last week that from June 10, an airline work group can win representation if a majority of those participating in a certification election vote "yes." Previously, a majority of all members of ...

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