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The GOP is girding for another fight with the Obama administration over a controversial labor policy.

The Protecting Local Business Opportunity Act, introduced Wednesday by Republicans, would roll back a policy that holds companies liable for labor violations committed by their business partners.

The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) issued the controversial "joint employer" decision last month while Congress was on recess. The board argues that businesses hide behind staffing agencies and contractors so they can avoid dealing with unions.

In many cases, these companies define the working conditions faced by their contractors’ employees and therefore should also negotiate with unions, the board argued.

But Republicans blasted the decision as yet another way to expand labor’s grip on the workforce. The legislation introduced by Sen. Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn.) and Rep. John Kline (R-Minn.) would draw a distinction between an employee's direct employer and any other companies they work alongside.
Republicans take aim at NLRB's 'joint employer' ruling | TheHill