Alyssa Hansen joins of from the Tennessee AFL-CIO.
We talk about yesterdays’ big Alabama Senate race Berry Craig joins us from the Kentucky Labor Council.
Attorney Brian Gordon from Concerned Citizens for Democracy describes how they’re suing to stop gerrymandering in Pennsylvania.
We discuss voting rights with Randall Marshall, Executive Director of ACLU Alabama.
America has long seen bi-partisan support for National Parks and the National Wildlife refuge system. Why were they established, and how has their purpose changed over the years? Are they effective? Dr. Patricia DeMarco invites Mark Madison, Fish and Wildlife Service Historian at the National Conservation Training Center Archives/Museum to answer these questions and much more.
Scientists are working on a drug to ease the aging process. Sarah Karlin-Smith discusses her story, “Why a drug for aging would challenge Washington.”
Republicans are selling out children’s health insurance to fund corporate tax cuts, Julie Alderman reports for Media Matters.
In many states, legislators are trying to ban paycheck dues deductions for public employees. Pennsylvania recently rejected its version, SB166, and PSEA President Dolores McCracken joins us to talk about why and how.
Labor reporter Doug Cunningham joins us to discuss the Alabama Senate race and importance of net neutrality.
Rich Fiesta of the Alliance for Retired Americans comes on the program to talk about a few of the many ways that the GOP tax plan is going to hurt retired Americans, including the lowering of tax deductible healthcare.