I think that this is great news.
My understanding is that this court ruling may well mean that all of the (hundreds of) decisions made by the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB)(since these Obama appointments) will likely be invalid. If you recall, this board was very antagonistic and somewhat threatening toward Boeing Corporation as the company was trying to locate a manufacturing facility in the "right to work" state (perhaps Vermont, or somewhere on the east coast). In my opinion, the NLRB was inappropriately interfering in the rightful business decisions of a for-profit company... trying to force Boeing to manufacture their products (at higher expense) in a state which requires employees to be union members in order to be employees of the company.
This was copied from Elizabeth's article... which seems to confirm that the NLRB decisions could be invalidated:
"The Obama administration is expected to appeal the decision to the U.S. Supreme Court, but if it stands, it means hundreds of decisions issued by the board over more than a year are invalid. It also would leave the five-member labor board with just one validly appointed member, effectively shutting it down. The board is allowed to issue decisions only when it has at least three sitting members."
P.S. - Elizabeth - I really like your new photo.