SEATTLE (AP) — Boeing machinists will decide Friday whether to accept a contract that would concede some pension and health care benefits in order secure assembly of the company’s new 777X airplane in Washington state. […]
777X airliner production hangs in the balance, as Mo. and other states wait and see.
The contract offer is an improvement of more than $1 billion.
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Darrell Moore says lawmakers should expedite solutions to abuse and neglect the way they did for Boeing incentives.
“Passage is assured in the House, the votes are there in the Senate, and I believe we stand an excellent chance at making this progress”
Kinder was traveling Monday to St. Louis for a news conference with lawmakers and a city alderwoman.
“I think that ultimately, if they turn it down, it’s probably a positive for the state of Missouri,” Labor Council President Emeritus Bob Kelley said.
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A total of 54 sites in 22 states were up for consideration to build the 777x, including the company’s plant in north St. Louis County.