Over the weekend, Terence Flynn resigned from the National Labor Relations Board. As I noted here, a report of the NLRB’s Inspector General had concluded Flynn shared confidential information with outside parties in violation of the NLRB’s rules. Flynn, a Republican
and who allegedly shared internal NLRB matters with an advisor to the Romney campaign, was one of the three NLRB members who were recess appointed by the President in January. The WSJ reports on Flynn’s resignation here.
[Edited to correct an error. My apologies.]