Boeing case ends in a muddle

The union on whose charges the NLRB based its horrible Boeing decision has dropped those charges. This is surely good news for Boeing in the short run; it is free to build its new plant in South Carolina. But I agree with Mario Loyola that this is a bad thing for our country (and for Boeing, in the long run).

We needed to strike down definitively the notion that the NLRB could tell businesses where to invest. That didn’t happen. We will certainly see this tactic again now, and until it happens, the possibility of a baseless lawsuit will hang over every business that considers investing in a right-to-work state.

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