Obama union-friendly appointees rules against Vegas casino

The National Labor Relations Board, which has become a liberal bastion in the Obama era after the president packed it with union-friendly appointees, has ruled that the MGM-owned Las Vegas casino New York, New York violated labor law by barring off-duty restaurant workers from distributing handbills on casino property.

The restaurants were operated by a third-party contractor, and the employees were handing out literature promoting union organizing attempts, both outside restaurant entrances and the main entrance to the casino.

Read more at the Washington Examiner.
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