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House Checks Runaway Labor Board

On Sept. 15, the House approved, 238-186, the Protecting Jobs from Government Interference Act (H.R. 2587), which would prohibit the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) from telling employers where they can operate and expand their business.

The legislation, introduced in response to the Board’s suit against Boeing for opening a production line in South Carolina, now heads to the Senate.

ARSA supported the legislation, joining our allies at the Coalition for a Democratic Workplace (CDW) in opposing the idea that the federal government has the right to tell employers where they can create jobs.

Encourage your Senators to support H.R. 2587 by clicking here.

~~~ posted 9/21/11 ~~~



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