A lawsuit against well-known airline manufacturer Boeing could threaten some 12,000 new jobs in South Carolina.
The National Labor Relations Board recently filed a complaint against the company for deciding to build its 787 Dreamliner at a plant in South Carolina -- a "right-to-work" state that doesn't require workers to join unions.
The board claims Boeing chose South Carolina to avoid union labor demands at other facilities. But many Republican lawmakers say Boeing should be able to choose where the company does business, without penalty.
For more on the impact of the case, CBN News spoke with Brett McMahon, spokesman for the pro-business group Halt the Assault.
Click play for his comments on how this right-to-work challenge can hurt U.S. business expansion.