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by News on September 30, 2011

in Federal Legislation, Pro Worker Legislation

House appropriators want to cut for the National Labor Relations Board following a dispute involving Boeing, but they aren’t yet ready to eliminate the agency, as a South Carolina congressman has proposed.

The House Appropriations Committee introduced legislation Thursday that would cut the board’s budget by 17 percent in fiscal 2012.

That falls short of Rep. Trey Gowdy’s proposal to eliminate all funding for the board.

Gowdy, a from Spartanburg, said he will introduce his measure on the House floor as an amendment to the committee’s spending bill.

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