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While the plan described in the NLRB's June 22 Notice of Proposed Rulemaking wouldn't eliminate the right of employers to call for secret ballot elections as the EFCA hoped to do, it is expected to significantly reduce the time between a union's petition for an election and the election itself, which critics charge unfairly stacks the deck towards union organizers.
Plaid wants to see the tax cut from 17.5% to 5%, and argues that exempting new-build homes from the charge unfairly advantages the south of England, where tens of thousands of new houses are due to be built over the coming years.