#370 : Will public sector employees prevail over corporate interests at the Supreme Court?

Labor Unions at a crossroads. Will public sector employees prevail over corporate interests at the Supreme Court? Can workers come first in a renegotiated NAFTA? And Bill Press talks with strategist Adam Parkhomenko for a midterm update.

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Labor Advocate Celine McNicholas explains how an upcoming decision from the Supreme Court could undermine the power of public unions. Dan Mauer of the Communications Workers of America outlines how trade deals can create jobs and protect workers rights. And Bill Press interviews democratic strategist Adam Parkhomenko for the latest on the midterms and how much the Mueller investigation will impact them.


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Celine McNicholas

Celine McNicholas is an expert on labor law and an advocate for workers rights.  She explains how a recent case heard before the Supreme Court could weaken American unions.

Dan Mauer

The latest round of talks over the North American Free Trade Agreement took place under the shadow of President Trump’s tariffs and how they will impact the negotiations.  But Dan Mauer says the more important conversation about NAFTA is how it can put workers first.

Adam Parkhomenko

Bill Press talks with democratic strategist Adam Parkhomenko.

Jim Hightower

Hard times (still) in the fields

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