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The National Labor Relations Board sued Oregon in federal court, claiming its 2010 law against “Discrimination for nonparticipation in employer-sponsored meetings about religious or political matters” is pre-empted by the National Labor Relations Act, which allows for mandatory meetings.

EUGENE, Ore. — The National Labor Relations Board sued Oregon in federal court, claiming its 2010 law against “Discrimination for nonparticipation in employer-sponsored meetings about religious or political matters” is pre-empted by the National Labor Relations Act, which allows for mandatory meetings.

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