Boeing's Decision to Move Has Turned Into a Legal Nightmare

Charleston City Paper | June 17, 2011
Last week, South Carolina's top politicians gathered together to celebrate the official opening of Boeing's Dreamliner plant in North Charleston. But this week, the U.S. House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform will conduct hearings in the city on a lawsuit filed by the National Labor Relations Board against the airline manufacturer. At issue is whether Boeing illegally retaliated against its unionized workforce in Washington state by building a second Dreamliner plant in North Charleston, a move that will create an estimated 3,800 new jobs in South Carolina.

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