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LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Stand with Cuccinelli
Question of the Day
As your editorial discussed, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit has ruled that the Obama administration illegally appointed members to the National Labor Relations Board ("The NLRB's unfair labor practice," Comment & Analysis, May 13). And now the U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to hear the appeal of that decision. My imagination would be overtaxed to believe that the high court would not agree with the lower court.
The NLRB is ignoring the lower court's decision as it continues to force businesses to post pro-union posters as a means to prop up dying unions in the private sector. Here in Virginia, we have a right-to-work law. We the people need to stand strong in defense of that law because it is a key to liberty in the private sector. Part of that stance is a governor who will protect our right to work.
Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli has vowed to fight any attempt to roll back our right-to-work law. We the people need to make our vows to stand with him.
EDWARD R. LONG
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