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The National Labor Relations Board must have at least three members in order to exercise its authority under the National Labor Relations Act. See “NLRB must have three members to act, Court rules” U.S. Supreme Court. New Process Steel v. ...

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Fate of two-member NLRB rests with Supreme Court

WASHINGTON – Several justices of the U.S. Supreme Court seemed skeptical of the National Labor Relations Board’s claim that it had the power to issue opinions with only two members during oral arguments in a case challenging the board’s authority.

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