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New Homeland Security Work Rules Blocked

The Department of Homeland Security, after more than two years of work on new workplace rules, may have to scrap the plan after a federal judge questioned whether it protects union and employee rights. The rules were scheduled to begin today but were blocked by U.S. District Judge Rosemary M. Collyer in a ruling released Friday night. A spokesman for the department, Larry Orluskie, said officials are to meet today and “consider next steps.” Talk about an appeal or other options would be premature until government lawyers study the decision, he said.Full Story

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