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National Labor Relations Board Has Dismissed Tim Scott’s UAW Case

Dismissing the UAW complaint against Tim Scott

National Labor Relations Board dismissing the UAW complaint against Tim Scott. The layoff letter, acquired by a media outlet, came after Scott responded to a query about the UAW strike by applauding Ronald Reagan for dismissing striking government workers.

National Labor Relations Board dismissing the UAW complaint against Tim Scott. According to the letter acquired by the media, the National Labor Relations Board has rejected a complaint brought by the United Auto Workers against Sen. Tim Scott, R-SC, for statements Scott made disparaging of striking auto workers.

United Auto Workers president Shawn Fain filed a complaint against Scott in September, accusing him of “engaging in unfair labor practices” in response to a question about the United Auto Workers strike.

“I think Ronald Reagan set a great example when federal employees decided to strike.” He said, “If you strike, you’re fired.” To me, it is a simple notion. To the degree that we can employ it again, sure,” Scott said in Fort Dodge, Iowa.

The strike ended last month when the autoworkers struck preliminary deals on new contracts with automakers.

In the lawsuit, Fain claimed that Scott’s statements violated the National Labor Relations Board Act in his role as an employer via his political campaign, “Tim Scott for America.”

According to a case rejection letter acquired by the media, National Labor Relations Board regional director Lisa Henderson states that the complaint was dropped owing to a “lack of cooperation in investigating the case” by an attorney representing Fain.

According to what is said in the text of the letter that was sent, “We have carefully considered your charge that Tim Scott For America has violated the National Labor Relations Act.”

“I am dismissing your charge due to your lack of cooperation in the investigation of this case.” As a direct result of this, it has been determined that further steps are not required at this time.”

Henderson gave the UAW the opportunity to seek an appeal until November 17th. According to statements made by the campaign for Scott, Fain’s “lack of cooperation” was evidence that there was no merit to the complaint itself.

“The NLRB’s complaint was nothing more than a political stunt.” According to Jennifer DeCasper, who worked as a campaign manager for Scott, “they were playing politics rather than representing the interests of their members.”

“Tim Scott will truly fight for American workers and jobs, promote the dignity of work, and end the Biden retreat from the values that make our nation exceptional.”

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Written by Aliyah Collins