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OMB Forced Out Report Critical of GOP Budget

Monday, 30 May 2011 12:57 PM

By Dan Weil

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The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) took a swipe at a budget plan offered by House Republicans three months ago. And now it has been discovered that the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) counteracted that move, The Hill reports.

On Feb. 18, an NLRB official published a press release titled, “Top NLRB officials respond to House budget proposal.” The release lambasted the stop gap funding measure proposed by Republicans for the rest of fiscal 2011, which ends Sept. 30.

On the same day that the NLRB’s release came out, OMB's examiner for the NRLB, Michael Lazzeri, wrote to the labor board’s budget officer, Shanti Ananthanayagam, requesting that she pull the release from the NLRB’s web site, The Hill learned through a Freedom of Information Act request. And she complied.

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