Interesting development. The important thing here seems to be that VW wanted a union so that could have worker's councils like they have in Germany. The trouble is that under the Wagner Act you can't have worker's councils without a union.
Hopefully, VW will institute workers councils and some union will sue and the Supreme Court will overturn that part of the Wagner Act. It seems anti-labor to disallow worker involvement in the running of a plant simply because it is non-unionized. The workers come first, not the union.
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