Republicans Kill 13,000 Jobs In Tennessee With Anti-Union Vote.
February 27, 2014

Via Americans Against The Tea Party:

Executives at Volkswagen met last night to discuss the closure of a plant in Chattanooga, Tennessee after workers there voted to reject the formation of a worker’s council through joining the United Autoworkers Union (UAW). The closure of the plant will cost an estimated 13,000 jobs.

Following intense conservative campaigning against the prospect of workers in the state joining a union, Bernd Osterloh, speaking for Volkswagen, said that the company would look to other parts of the US for opening new plants in the future:

“I can imagine fairly well that another VW factory in the United States...

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