News Release

Right to Work President Blasts Re-nomination of Lafe Solomon to the NLRB

NLRB lawyer persecuted Boeing for opening production line in Right to Work South Carolina

Washington, DC (May 24, 2012) – Mark Mix, President of the National Right to Work Foundation, released the following statement on the re-nomination of Lafe Solomon to the NLRB:

“Re-nominating Lafe Solomon, the NLRB lawyer who persecuted Boeing and South Carolina employees for having jobs in a Right to Work state, is slap in the face for independent workers and job providers. It’s telling that Obama waited to announce this on Friday before a holiday weekend as Congress is leaving town. He knows it’s not a popular move and is hoping that this latest sop to Big Labor will go unnoticed.”

For more information on the Boeing case and the National Right to Work Foundation's involvement, click here.  

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