It’s all about NLRB and the democratic administration beholden to the Labor Unions. Labor unions spell Votes and Power.
That’s big government for you. They will tell you what is good for the country, and will design rules and regulations accordingly. That’s the way it is with democrats.
But if a company contributes to the party’s power, viewpoint can be different as in the case of GE which has opened shop in China. Does that help our unemployment problem?
Who would have thought that 2010 brought about a republican majority in the House that is changing the scene. Freshman Jim Scott introduced a bill to stop government interference which passed the House. May not get through the senate or the president. But maybe in 14 months? If you go and vote!
From the Daily Caller
The Protecting Jobs From Government Interference Act, H.R. 2587, passed the Republican-controlled House . The bill would prohibit the National Labor Relations Board from ordering any employer to close, relocate, or transfer employment under any circumstance.
The NLRB has filed a complaint against Boeing in April for opening a plant in South Carolina, a right-to-work state.
“Today’s vote is important for our entire nation, as well as for my home district in South Carolina, where the NLRB is currently pursuing an agenda which, if successful, would kill thousands of jobs,” Scott said in a statement. “By removing the NLRB’s ability to dictate where private industry creates jobs, we are preventing an unelected, Presidentially-appointed government board from pitting state against state, inserting themselves into the business decisions of private companies, and scaring away investment in our nation.”