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Entry Title Date
Nlrb Resolution Of Disapproval April 24, 2012
Mark Kirk, R-IL
"The case last year against the Boeing Corporation is a perfect example of where the NLRB actions threatened to kill thousands of new U.S. jobs. By threatening to shut down a new plant producing the new 787 Dreamliner in South Carolina, the NLRB’s actions would have cost Boeing billions of dollars. This case has made U.S. companies reconsider building new plants at home, costing high-quality American jobs."
Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act Of 2011—Motion To Proceed April 19, 2012
Maria Cantwell, D-WA
"In 1962, Seattle was home to the first satellite transmissions of telephone calls and television broadcasts. That same year, the Seattle Times declared, “Boeing Is In Space Age to Stay.” The rest of the changes that we have continued to see have led to many things, including Boeing’s 787 Dreamliner—a true 21st century plane."
Export-Import Bank March 20, 2012
Lindsey Graham, R-SC
"Let me give you one good example that has been the topic of conversation. Boeing Aircraft makes airplanes in America, the 787 Dreamliner. It was voted the best new airplane in a long time here recently, something that Boeing is proud of. They make it in Washington and now in South Carolina. The first airplane to be made in South Carolina will roll out in about a month from now. The facility is under budget and ahead of schedule, and we are proud of that airplane."
Recognizing The Innovation And Historical Significance Of The Boeing 787 Dreamliner February 13, 2012
Jerry Costello, D-IL
"Mr. Speaker, I rise today to ask my colleagues to join me in recognizing the production and delivery of the first Boeing 787 Dreamliner airplanes and to congratulate everyone at The Boeing Company on this milestone in aviation history."
South Carolina Wins The Fight Against The Nlrb December 13, 2011
Joe Wilson, R-SC
"Mr. Speaker, last Friday the National Labor Relations Board announced that they had approved the requests by the International Association of Machinists to withdraw its complaint against Boeing. For the past year, the President’s National Labor Relations Board has played the role of a Big Labor bully by threatening the jobs of hardworking South Carolinians by stalling the second line of the 787 Dreamliner production in Charleston."

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