Opinion: NMB rule change amounts to "cram-down"

11/11/2009 | Swelblog.com

M.I.T. aviation expert William Swelbar says he has no fundamental opposition to changing union voting rules at airlines, but he's opposed to the way the National Mediation Board is going about it. By arbitrarily changing a 75-year-old rule, the NMB "seems to leave very little room for negotiation or even compromise as to how representation elections should take place," he writes.

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