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Hats Off to the House GOP on NLRB Vote

by News on September 17, 2011

in Federal Legislation, Pro Worker Legislation, Union Politics and Transparency

By Larry Kudlow/National Review Online

Thank heavens the House Republicans just passed a bill — the “Protecting Jobs from Government Interference Act” — that would stop the National Labor Relations Board from telling any company where it can or cannot operate in the United States.

Finally, a pro-business signal from Washington. This one inspired by Boeing’s attempt to operate their $750 million South Carolina plant to produce the 787 Dreamliner with at least one thousand workers. The NLRB has alleged that Boeing is retaliating against union workers in the state of Washington by operating a non-union in the right-to-work state of South Carolina.

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