Biden Bailout Will Enable Big Labor-Controlled Government Schools to Pad Payrolls Despite Schoolkids’ Exodus
Roughly $200 billion of this Big Labor bailout scheme will go to overwhelmingly unionized government schools. Read more here.
According to the AP, the Chrysler Group confirmed Monday it may expand its Indiana operations “with a factory south of Kokomo, which would create 850 jobs.” Indiana became the 23rd Right to Work state early this year.
The AP notes that the factory Chrysler is looking at near Kokomo has an interesting history:
This will be Tipton County’s third attempt to fill the massive building. After Getrag abandoned plans for the plant, Colorado-based solar panel maker Abound Solar received a $400 million federal loan guarantee in 2010 to launch operations in the facility. But the company filed for bankruptcy liquidation earlier this year, scuttling the plan.
Chrysler eyeing Indiana site for 850-worker plant
Four Companies that are investing in Right to Work South Carolina include Queen Wood Products, Oshkosh Defense, KRA Operations, and Denkai America.
Three companies that are locating to Right to Work Georgia include Freshly, Semperit Group, and Plug Power. These will create 759 new jobs!