The National Labor Relations Board, the top federal labor law enforcement agency, has dismissed at least one complaint of unfair labor practices filed against the Council of American-Islamic Relations.

Service Employees International Union Local 500 has been trying for about a year to organize the nonprofit Muslim civil rights group's DC staff and has claimed that CAIR is involved in "union-busting," a charge the civil rights group has denied.

In a Nov. 16 letter from the NLRB to SEIU recently made public on the enforcement agency's website, the board's then-acting General Counsel Jennifer Abruzzo said one case of alleged retaliation by CAIR against a staffer involved in union activity was being dropped.

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