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President Obama’s latest nomination to the National Labor Relations Board will likely get Senate approval in the final days of Democrats controlling the chamber, after his first choice was withdrawn amid fierce Republican opposition.
The closed-door approval process for the new nominee, high-ranking Senate staffer Lauren McFarren, is expected to start as early as Tuesday in the Democrat-controlled Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pension.
And McFarren, the chief labor counsel for the committee, should have little problem passing a full Senate vote, considering she’ll need only 51 votes.