Aviation

June 10, 2011 12:00 AM

States join fight over Boeing's plant

COLUMBIA, S.C. —Attorneys general from more than a dozen states, including Kansas, on Thursday weighed in on a lawsuit filed by the National Labor Relations Board, alleging that its complaint against Boeing for building a South Carolina assembly plant after a strike by Washington state workers hurts states' abilities to keep manufacturing jobs.

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