The National Labor Relations Board is delaying for a second time a rule that requires employers to display worker's rights, including the right to organize a union.

The board already postponsed the effective date once due to confusion over which businesses are required by law to put up a poster informing employees of their right to form a union. According to the Associated Press, there have been at least three major lawsuits challenging the board's authority to require companies to put up the poster.

Major business groups have been trying to block the rule, and, BusinessWeek reports, U.S. District Judge Amy Berman Jackson asked the board at a court hearing on Dec. 19 for a delay after groups led by the National Association of Manufacturers and National Federation of Independent Businesses said the NLRB lacked the power to require union-organizing posters in the workplace.

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