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Obama vetoes GOP attempt to kill his 'ambush election' rule for unions


President Barack Obama on Tuesday vetoed a resolution disapproving of a new federal regulation that Republicans say will put companies at an unfair disadvantage when their employees try to unionize.

Earlier this month, the House and Senate each passed a resolution disapproving of what some call the National Labor Relations Board's "ambush election" rule. That rule could force companies to allow union elections just 11 days after they're notified that an election was called — Republicans say that's way too fast, and that current rules already allow for reasonably quick votes.

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