Over the course of the past several years, there have been a number of significant decisions rendered by the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) largely rewriting the National Labor Relations Act. Over the past two weeks, remedies have been filed in both branches of Congress, but any final passage and resolution may still be quite a ways off. Senator Johnny Isakson (R-GA) reintroduced the Representation Fairness Restoration Act (S.1217), which would reverse the NLRB’s creation of “micro unions” in its Specialty Healthcare decision. Likewise, Florida Congressman Francis Rooney introduced an identical bill, which has yet to be given a number, in the House of Representatives. Notwithstanding that both Rooney and Isakson serve on their branch’s respective Employment and Workforce Safety subcommittees (Isakson is Senate chairman), the legislation faces an uphill climb without any democratic supporters, especially in the Senate. In the meantime, the NLRB marches on . . .