Michael Bastasch of the Daily Caller reports on recent reversals of federal labor policies.

Obama administration efforts to change labor policies through executive actions are being unraveled by legal and political forces, according to a new report.

The right-leaning American Action Forum (AAF) found that five major policies changes implemented by the Obama administration have been challenged by the courts, the Trump administration and Congress.

“Through multiple executive actions, the Obama Administration attempted to raise wages and empower collective bargaining,” Ben Gitis, AAF’s labor policy director, wrote in the report to be released Wednesday.

“Each of the five regulations highlighted in this report, however, has been repealed in the courts, has been reversed by the Trump Administration, or faces an uncertain future in Congress,” Gitis wrote.

The Obama administration, like in many other areas, used executive actions to make sweeping changes to federal labor policy.

Gitis examined the status of Obama-era rules for overtime pay, collective bargaining, forming unions and getting labor law advice. All of them have been undone or face potential legislative repeal.