As has been expected for some time, a bill seeking to reform the National Labor Relations Board was filed this week in the US House by Representative Joseph Wilson (SC – 2nd District).  Citing a number of the regulatory excesses perpetrated by the NLRB and referring to the organization as the “President’s Labor Bully”, Wilson filed the National Labor Relations Reform Act, which will add a sixth member among other changes, with the House Clerk’s Office.  An identical bill (S.288) was filed in the US Senate earlier this year by Tennessee Senator Lamar Alexander, Chairman of the Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions.