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January 11, 2018

House Pushes Through Tribal Labor Legislation


The House of Representatives recently passed a legislation package impacting labor relations with Native American tribes. The legislation includes a provision that would hinder the National Labor Relations Board from acting in tribal employment matters.

According to Partner Philip Baker-Shenk, the package of legislation will now automatically go to the U.S. Senate, where it is expected to be held at the desk and set for a vote in the near future. If it survives the Senate, Mr. Baker-Shenk told Law360, it would make its way to the desk of President Donald Trump.

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