Supreme Court: NLRB can't make rulings with only 2 members

The Supreme Court ruled Thursday that the National Labor Relations Board may not make decisions in cases while it only has two sitting members out of the required five. The 5-4 decision throws into question whether some 600 cases resolved over the past 27 months, during which only two members served, are valid. Another 74 cases are pending before the Supreme Court and appeals courts.

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