The Trump administration may be targeting and undoing a number of the more egregious Obama-era rules relating the workplace, but that doesn’t mean Congress isn’t going to take a shot at some as well. Just yesterday, the House Education and Workforce Committee marked up a couple of labor-related bills that will undo different Obama administration rules. The Workforce Democracy and Fairness Act would undo the NLRB’s so-called “quickie election” or “ambush election” rule, which shortened the union election time frame to such an extent that it became virtually impossible for employers to litigate union eligibility before an election was held. The Committee also marked up the Employee Privacy Protection Act, which would allow employers to withhold employee contact information, reversing an Obama change that required employers to give union organizers access to company email addresses for purposes of recruiting union support.