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And Obama speaking this hour -- a Boeing plant in Everett Washington nice talking about ways to boost US exports but.
His speech might be more about the labor wars and exports volume -- -- -- settle the federal complaint with the National Labor Relations Board late last year.
So is the president taking a victory lap our Richardson is a Washington with the.
Well Charles President Obama is on a victory lap of swords earlier this week touting the return of union jobs from overseas at a plant in Wisconsin.
And this afternoon at Boeing in Washington State a major US manufacturer and exporter.
And the site of the start of a major labor fight between union workers nonunion workers the National Labor Relations Board and nearly every politician in the state of South Carolina.
The fight has mostly passed Boeing will build planes and South Carolina with nonunion workers build more planes in Washington state of the union workers.
And the NLRB complaint has disappeared.
This while the president continues to -- tax code fairness calling for more tax breaks for domestic manufactures.
At the expense of oil and gas company in other businesses basically calling to reorganize the entire corporate tax code Charles.
-- what's the what's next to Washington and -- fight labor.
Well Republicans charge wrongdoing on that NLRB Boeing complained a house panel is investigating the matter and as its chairman says.
Will ensure the NLRB operates without political influence from the Obama White House.
And it's union special interest then there are these new rules recently approved by the NLRB makes it easier.
To move up union elections the NLRB says it's addressing the few businesses that attempt to stall votes.
And avoid unionization.
Republicans say it's a giveaway to unions.
This is a definite attempt by the NLRB to skew the relations between management and labor.
To take it from a National Labor Relations Board to a national labor on -- -- Businesses argue the new rules give them a little time to pitch their case to their workers before they vote to organize -- union.
Republicans in the house and senate have proposed bills to overturn this new rule unlikely the president would sign off on it.
Even if it got through congress -- Bonnie and I thank you very much -- we can return.
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