The Department of Labor's Persuader Rule

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The NLRB gets its authority from the power of Congress to regulate interstate commerce under the Commerce Clause of the United States Constitution. The NLRB is comprised of five members who serve five-year terms. Although not mandated by law, it is customary that no more than three of the five NLRB members may belong to the sitting president’s political party at any given time, and the members’ political ideology frequently influences how they approach particular issues.​

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