The D.C. Circuit agreed with the petitioner's claim that a negotiability ruling of the Federal Labor Relations Authority on two union proposals was arbitrary and capricious. The court ruled that the authority had failed to adequately explain its conclusion, based on the record before it, that the union's proposal to permit firearm-carrying employees to make reasonable diversions and stops between home and the workplace excessively interfered with the right of management.
National Treasury Employees Union v. Federal Labor Relations Authority
February 17, 2006