NEW YORK (
TheStreet) -- Republican presidential hopefuls cheered the National Labor Relations Board's decision on Friday to drop its challenge to
The board dropped the case against Boeing after the machinists union reached a four-year agreement with the aerospace company that promised to build the newest 737 planes in Washington state.
"The National Labor Relations Board's decision to drop its suit against Boeing is a welcome step," Mitt Romney said in a statement. "But the fact that the Board acted at the request of the union bosses tells us all we need to know about who is calling the shots.""The NLRB's suit was a politically motivated assault on the rule of law by President Obama and his big labor allies," Newt Gingrich said in a statement. "The Republican House should cut off all funding for the NLRB until President Obama withdraws the nominations
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