Pressure to Unionize, Who’s Supporting it at the Nissan Mississippi Plant

Some workers have been on a tour of sorts, presumably on their days off, with the NAACP and the United Auto Workers, telling the media that they have been threatened and that there have been “human rights violations”. Miss. Gov. Phil Bryant has taken a firm anti-union stance on the matter, saying it affects more than just Nissan. “That’s a cancer that will kill our opportunities in the auto industry, aerospace industry, the steel industry,” he told News Mississippi. “The industries that are leaving the rust belt and coming from all over the world to the south because of our right-to-work laws will leave.”