Since the National Labor Relations Board’s takeover by Trump appointees, the NLRB, led by Chairman John Ring, has departed from its mission and historical practice, has issued decisions that fail to adapt labor law to the twenty-first century economy, and has become embroiled in numerous ethics scandals along the way. The results for workers have been dire. Millions of workers have lost (or face the threat of losing) the protections of federal labor law and, as a result, a voice in their workplaces at a time when it is so sorely wanted and needed.