The NLRB’s decision to issue a legal complaint that will potentially force the Boeing Company to relocate production of 787 Dreamliner is indicative of the job-killing regulations proposed by this Board. The National Labor Relations Act was never meant to allow the NLRB to dictate where a business can setup shop.

South Carolina, a right-to-work state, created an environment for Boeing to develop and grow uninhibited by Big Labor. South Carolina should not be punished for its ability to attract investment. Boeing and every other company should unquestionably have the right to open offices or plants in the state that offers the best opportunities for growth and job creation.

The federal government should not stand in the way of our job creators when families from South Carolina to Alaska are suffering and the unemployment rate is once again nearing ten percent.

We encourage you to use every tool available to stop the NLRB from implementing policies to appease Big Labor at the expense of workers, businesses, and our economy. The Protecting Jobs from Government Interference Act will rein in the NLRB and allow business to decide how and where they operate and create jobs.