US House of Representatives ranking Republicans on committees with jurisdiction over labor and transportation pushed back against the National Mediation Board's proposal to change airline union-certification voting rules, saying the suggested rule alteration is "troubling" and shows "union favoritism." NMB has proposed revising its rules to allow an airline work group to unionize if a majority of those casting ballots in a union-certification vote approve, rather than a majority of the total ...

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