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Jackson Rulings in Favor of Business May Stem Pro-Union Critics

Bloomberg Law: "[Judge Jackson] also blocked an attempt by the Federal Labor Relations Authority, which oversees relations with between the U.S. government and its employees, to eliminate minor issues -- such as seating arrangements -- from bargaining agreements. It was her first opinion for the appeals court and in a questionnaire to the Senate Judiciary Committee she listed it at the top of her 10 most significant cases."


"That ruling has garnered criticism from conservative groups, such as the Committee for Justice, whose president, Curt Levey, said her record shows a distrust of Republican administrations."


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