You know, Land of the Free and all that?
Since when is it the job of of the NLRB to tell a company where they can build a factory? And create jobs at that location?
Since when is it LEGAL for them to be so involved?
At first, this would mainly hurt right-to-work states, as they would no longer be able to lure new businesses from existing unionized firms. But over the long run, this policy would hurt unions and all Americans. Why would any domestic company choose to build a factory in a forced-union state if it knew that meant it could never expand to a right-to-work state? Why would any international firm invest anywhere in this country if it knew the White House would favor political allies?
And what is on WJS about this. (Unfortunately, one has to have an account to read the whole article.)