The National Labor Relations Board has voted in favor of a new regulation allowing so-called "ambush elections" that lets employees to unionize more quickly despite a split 3-2 vote and significant opposition from Republicans and business groups. The policy, which was first adopted in 2011 before being struck down by a federal judge, "will make it virtually impossible for workers to make an informed decision in union elections," said House Education and the Workforce Committee Chairman Rep. John Kline, R-Minn.

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