South Carolina newspaper and television outlets have highlighted the National Right to Work Foundation's efforts to challenge the National Labor Relations Board's scheme to undermine laws that protect worker freedom.
The Acting General Counself of the NLRB filed a complaint last month against Boeing for creating over 1000 new jobs in South Carolina, where International Association of Machinists union bosses can't force workers to pay dues or "fees" as a condition of employment.
The Foundation is offering free legal aid to current or potential Boeing employees affected by this power grab. Also this week, the Foundation filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request with the NLRB.
Charleston's The Post and Courier interviewed Foundation president Mark Mix earlier this week:
"They're really saying that private companies can't make a business decision," he said Monday.
His Springfield, Va.-based foundation's legal team is looking to persuade as many local Boeing workers as it can to provide affidavits and justify its request for an official place at the litigation table. The group has already heard from at least two unidentified employees who have expressed an interest in participating, he said.
WSCS Live 5 News also covered the Foundation's offer:
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