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Monday, September 12, 2011

Join AFP today at noon to encourage Rep Perlmutter to support HR 2587


Dear Supporter,
In order for America to emerge from our economic doldrums, we need businesses and entrepreneurs to make efficient and effective allocations of capital.  We need smart and industrious individuals to drive job creation, and we need government to get out of the way.  Unfortunately, President Obama’s National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has another vision for America.  They want to keep bureaucrats between job creators and new investments.

Join Americans for Prosperity Colorado and fellow activists on Monday, September 12, at noon in front of the office of U.S. Representative Ed Perlmutter and let him know that he should vote for H.R. 2587 and stop politicizing jobs in America.
When: Monday, September 12, 2011 at Noon
Where: In front of Ed Perlmutter’s District Office
12600 West Colfax Avenue, Suite B-400, Lakewood
Why: To Urge Rep. Perlmutter to vote for H.R. 2587 and save American jobs!

Click here to RSVP!
One example of this intervention is what the NLRB is trying to do to Boeing.  We all know the story by now.  Boeing’s new Dreamliner airplane is a great success story.  So many airlines want to buy them that the company is expanding its production facilities.  In addition to adding jobs at its unionized plant in Washington State, Boeing decided to build a new facility in South Carolina, a Right to Work state with lower labor costs and friendlier business climate.  Shockingly, the NLRB ruled this was an “unfair labor practice” and ordered Boeing to abandon the new facility in South Carolina.
Government should never be empowered to make these kinds of decisions.  Thankfully, there is a bill (H.R. 2587) in Congress to stop the NLRB from telling businesses where they can locate.  It’s sad that we need a bill to protect such a basic freedom, but we do.
Click here to take action and urge your representative to protect American jobs.

Sincerely,

Jeff Crank
Colorado State Director
Americans for Prosperity

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