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James Damore, a former Google engineer fired in 2017 after writing a memo about the biological differences between men and women, challenged his firing and argued his memo was protected free speech. (AP Photo/Michael Liedtke)

NLRB rejects complaint by Google worker fired for diversity memo

By Sean Higgins |
The labor agency ruled the infamous memo was not protected speech but rather sexual harassment, so the company was right to fire him.

Kevin Brady: Temporary tax breaks make 'zero sense' post-tax reform

By Joseph Lawler |

“Our old tax code is over,” the Texas lawmaker said at a tax conference in Washington. “And now, it makes zero sense to trudge on with old p...

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Democrats seek to increase pressure on NLRB's William Emanuel

By Sean Higgins |

The lawmakers obtained a delay in the vote for John Ring, President Trump's nominee to fill the last open seat on the NLRB, preventing the l...

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