The National Review talks to CEI's Trey Kovacs on Scott Walker's proposal to eliminate the NLRB:
Walker’s proposal to eliminate the NLRB, an agency that many Republicans feel has become toxically partisan, was well received by some scholars.
“The National Labor Relations Board has become a highly partisan agency that does more harm than good. The board has outlived its usefulness and should be abolished. Government agencies shouldn’t operate to confer benefit to the narrow, private agendas of special-interest groups such as labor unions,” says Trey Kovacs of the Competitive Enterprise Institute.