On October 14, 2009, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) announced a new Office of Public Affairs (OPA) to increase "public engagement." The following chart lists all News Releases addressing NLRB elections, case decisions, and Agency news selected by the OPA for press attention.Note that NLRB caselaw decisions and election statistics are, and have been, publicly available for decades by printed reports or online. Apparently, "public engagement" means pro-union propaganda supporting a movement with a mere 6.7 percent membership density of private sector employees.