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Santorum comments on attempted veto override of New Hampshire Right-To-Work law

VERONA, PA. -- Republican Presidential Candidate Rick Santorum made the following statement about the New Hampshire legislature's attempt to override New Hampshire Governor John Lynch's (D-NH) veto of Right-to-Work legislation:

Senator Santorum said: "Speaker O'Brien and his team in Concord should be commended for standing up to the union bosses and their Democrat cohorts who are hijacking our economy. The Obama Administration has pushed a radical organized labor agenda through the NLRB. This blatant federal government power-grab is forcing more and more states to take action because the federal government has trampled states' rights and the rights of individual companies - dictating where they can open new facilities and how they can operate based on the whim of a DC interest group. This is unacceptable. Job creation is about the American people, not the political agenda of one of President Obama's political supporters. As President, I will put the American worker and American economic growth first and stand by fighters like Speaker O'Brien. If elected, I will proudly sign a National Right-to-Work law."

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