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Amazon argues that national labor board is unconstitutional, joining SpaceX and Trader Joe's


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Amazon is arguing in a legal filing that the 88-year-old National Labor Relations Board is unconstitutional, echoing similar arguments made this year by Elon Musk’s SpaceX and the grocery store chain Trader Joe’s in disputes about workers’ rights and organizing.

Ultra-capital on its never-ending quest to degrade and destroy the rights of workers.


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They sound like Trump.

Whatever they don't like must be unconstitutional, illegal, unAmerican, and goshdarnit, they just don't like it!

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If folk had honour, these companies would be boycotted.

However, as consumers are so shallow, they'll still support these inhuman parasitic businesses.

So it'll only get worse, unless people start showing SPINE.

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Can someone teach me which constitutional article(s) does it actual violate ?

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Unions are bad. Union bosses are bureaucratic fat cats. If people want unions they can go to Europe, Cuba or China.

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Nowhere in the U.S. Constitution will you find the term "corporate rights."

Amazon should be forced to split up under the Sherman Anti-trust Act.

Besides, Amazon is just a fence for counterfeit goods made by political prisoners of a big communist country .

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