On today’s broadcast, we had Patrick Gallagher from District 1 United Steelworker, speaking on behalf of the North Coast Labor Federation, and Dr. Adam Gaffney. Mr. Gallagher talks about the steel tariffs and how they are not as bad as people are making them out to be, right to work, and steel contract negotiations. Dr. Gaffney talks about how single-payer healthcare is a bargain, contrary to reports saying that it is “unfeasible”, and how it can actually produce savings. Along with this, the Harley Davidson boycott is discussed.
On the broadcast today we had Dan Doron, with the Ohio Consumers’ Counsel, and he talked about several topics including Consumer Payments to Subsidize Electric Utilities, Do Not Call List, Summer Crisis Program, and OCC Visits to Fairs! Also on the program was Terry O’Sullivan, General President of the Laborers International Union of North America(LIUNA), and he discussed the Missouri Victory on Prop A, the Infrastructure Proposal from Bill Shuster, the Pension Crisis, and Immigration Crack-down and it’s Effect on the Construction Industry!
On the broadcast today we had Amy Hanauer, Executive Director for Policy Matters Ohio, and she talked about the upcoming State of Working Ohio Report! Also on the program was Josh Nassar, Legislative Director for the United Auto Workers Union(UAW), and he talked about several topics including The Supreme Court, Fuel Economy, Income Equality, and Trade!
On the program today we had Dr Jill Stein, 2 Time Green Party Presidential Candidate, and she talked about several topics including the Increasing number of Senior Citizens that are Filing for Bankruptcy, Right to Work, Janus Ruling, and Dems and Republicans joining hands for a War budget that is off the charts! Also on the broadcast was Tom Germuska Jr., Editor for The Labor Citizen, and he talked about a few of the stories being covered in the upcoming August Edition of The Labor Citizen!
On the broadcast today we had Tim Burga, President of the Ohio AFL-CIO, and he talked about a couple topics including Right to Work vote in Missouri, and upcoming Elections in Ohio! Our second guest was Dan Troy, Lake County Commissioner, and he talked about several topics including the County Commissioners Association of Ohio issuing White Paper “Stronger Counties, Stronger Partnership, Stronger Ohio” to candidates, Commissioners Association has sit down with Cordray and then DeWine, and the need for Workers!
On the program today we had 3 guests!!! Our first guest was Mark Gruenberg, Editor for Press Associates Union News Service, and he talked about several topics including the Job Numbers, SCOTUS, Tariffs, and Right to Work in Missouri! Our second guest was Richard Cordray, Candidate for Governor of Ohio, and he talked about Work Force Development Plans, Infrastructure, and Healthcare! Our third guest was Sue McConnell, President of the Cleveland Better Business Bureau, and she talked about some Scams to be aware of including Rogue Movers, Fake IRS scams, and Pet Leasing!
On the broadcast today we had Dorsey Hager, Executive-Secretary/Treasurer for the Columbus/Central Ohio Building and Construction Trades Council, and he talked about several topics including the Work Outlook in Central Ohio, Retirement of Dennis Duffy, and the Ohio State Fair Outreach Event! Also on the program was Kristina Clark, General Manager for Bloom Bakery, and she talked about “Towards Employment” and hiring Formerly Incarcerated people!
On the broadcast today we had Molly Carlin, with the Cleveland American Veterans Association(CAVA), and she talked about VA Benefits for Wartime Veterans 65 and Older! Also on the program was Sam Allard, Editor of Cleveland Scene Magazine, and he talked about Cleveland’s Failed Amazon Bid!
On the broadcast today we had Bill Samuel, Government Affairs Director for the AFL-CIO, and he talked about several topics including the Janus Decision, the Supreme Court, Trade and Tariffs, and Labor Laws! Also on the program was Anna Huntsman, writer for Scene Magazine, and she talked about the Nexus Pipeline and the money for the 37 School Districts that benefit from the Pipeline!