Will Union Bosses Keep Shuttering Schools, Blaming COVID-19?
Teacher unions got a lot of benefits out of shutting down schools as a result of COVID-19, but what is enough to satisfy them?
“The migration of tire production out of Ohio to southern states has been spurred by state and local government tax incentives and the states’ right-to-work laws that make union organizing more difficult. Auto makers, such as BMW AG and Volkswagen AG have set up plants in the South,” reports the Wall Street Journal.
Caterpillar “is already racing to expand capacity for mining equipment and has such a big backlog that it won’t be able to deliver on some orders for large mining trucks until 2014. Last month it spent $20 million to triple the size of its Sumter, S.C., plant that produces hydraulic cylinders.”
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Cambrex, Mohawk, and Corning are all businesses that are expanding in Right to Work North Carolina! Altogether, they will create 365 new jobs.
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