200 Members Of Congress Urge Boeing To Negotiate With Workers Who Voted Union

Lawmakers from all over the country are urging Boeing to negotiate with employees in South Carolina who voted to join a union.

Live 5 News reports:

“Just over one month after 23 U.S. Senators signed a letter asking Boeing to negotiate with flight line workers who voted to join a union, 177 members from the House of Representatives have done the same.

Boeing has yet to come to the bargaining table with the 180 workers with an appeal pending. The letter says in part, “We have seen firsthand the benefits of a unionized workforce. Unions make the workplace safer, more efficient, and make the workforce stronger.”

Notable representatives who signed the letter include Shelia jackson Lee, Debbie Wasserman Schultz and Maxine Waters.”

For the rest of the story, visit Live 5 News here.

 

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