The North Branch Construction company of Concord, New Hampshire is standing up to the Obama Administration’s determined effort to ensure that ALL construction projects funded by the federal government benefit the union bosses.
In what is apparently the first effort to enforce the new executive requirement, the company is going to court to show that the policy “unduly restricts competition” and violates a number of federal laws and regulations. Of course, the Obama position will also boost the price tag for taxpayers, but what’s a few billion dollars when it comes to pleasing the union bosses.
Good for the North Branch Construction company and its’ employees. We should not take this, or any other government hand-out that expands forced unionism lying down.