WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court has declined to hear a case against the National Labor Relations Board that calls into question the president's recess appointment authority.

The case is different from one the U.S. Court of Appeals ruled on last month, in which it said that the President overstepped his authority by making three recess appointments to the NLRB when the Senate was technically still in session.

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