The National Labor Relations Board, the union arm of the Wagner Act, enacted a rule a few weeks ago that allows unions to hold organizing votes in non-union companies before company management has a chance to respond.
The Senate passed a resolution canceling the NLRB’s rule with a party line oriented vote. The House is taking up the bill and is expected to pass it as well, and with a party line oriented vote.
President Barack Obama, who succeeded in packing the NLRB for this sort of purpose, is expected to veto the resolution.
Of course he will. Remember this veto in 2016.