After suffering a stinging rebuke from the National Labor Relations Board, far left-wing immigrant rights group Voces de la Frontera is looking to become relevant again. On Tuesday, the group’s leader, Christine Neumann-Ortiz, joined President Barack Obama in Nevada as he rolled out his immigration reform plan. Neumann-Ortiz was invited to the event as part of an AFL-CIO delegation, according to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
Last November, the group was rebuffed by the Obama Administration’s National Labor Relations Board after a long running fight with Palermo’s Pizza, a Milwaukee employer targeted by the group for it’s compliance with federal mandates. The Milwaukee office of the NLRB ruled against Voces after the group accused Palermo’s of unfair and illegal employment practices in the wake of a federal ICE action that forced the company to layoff undocumented workers.