Democrat Tom Wolf banned one of the shining examples of Pennsylvanian greatness at his inaugural party, Yuengling beer.
The brewery fell out of the soon-to-be governor’s good graces for supporting right-to-work policies. The issue started two years ago. At the time, brewery president, Richard Yuengling Jr., now 74, became a target of unions for his support of right-to-work laws. They believe a worker should have the right to choice whether to join a union, while Wolf advocates for mandatory union membership.
“There’s a bureaucrat in this transition team that does not like Dick Yuengling because of his stance that he took in defending Governor Corbett on right to work a few years back,” Republican Rep. Michael Vereb, told News Max.
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