Ryan's 57-page document is part of a Republican agenda he's putting forward as a platform before the GOP National Convention.
Employers must now prove to the NLRB that they aren't replacing striking workers for illegal reasons.
Not only are CWA and ver.di demanding that DT force its U.S. T-Mobile managers to obey U.S. labor law, but so are U.S. lawmakers and major investors.
It's not just the numbers that are important, it's anti-worker measures the majority Republicans may try to insert into the measures, too.
The rules helped reduce the time available to businesses and union-busting "consultants" to illegally intimidate, spy on, harass and fire workers for exercising their rights.
The legislation cuts employment and training funds, job services, job safety and health funding, kills health care quality evaluation and ACA funding of prevention programs.
Ruling Republicans on the House subcommittee that helps dole out federal funds slashed $74 million from the board's budget for the year.
"The board remains committed to the critical work of this agency and fully carrying out the law."
With the Senate Labor Committee now in the hands of Republicans, both labor committees on Capitol Hill are attacking workers' rights enforced by the NLRB.
The Senate planned to vote on Dec. 8 on President Obama's nomination of Lauren McFerran to a National Labor Relations Board seat.