Midterm election results, healthcare and pre-existing conditions, and military advocacy were the hot topics of discussion on the Nov. 9 edition of AWF.
Editor of the Progressive Populist, Jim Cullen, discusses the current state of the republican party and what he calls “post-truth” world they are living in. He goes on to talk about how he believes President Trump lied when he said that he was going to protect Americans with pre-existing conditions and that the democrats would destroy medicare.
Assistant Vice President and Military Advocate with the USAA, Mike Kelly, was the second featured guest and he talks about how others can help veterans. Kelly goes on to discuss the benefits of hiring veterans and how it can help reduce the unemployment rate. He concludes his time by talking about an active way to show your support for veterans with their #HonorThroughAction campaign.
Ohio’s 11th District Court of Appeals Judge, Mary Jane Trapp, was our third featured guest on AWF, as she discusses two court cases. One case uncovered details of a widow who was filing a lawsuit against Notre Dame Football, claiming they were responsible for her late-husband’s chronic brain injuries. The second case that Trapp discussed involves the Ohio State Bar Association and landlord agents not being permitted to file eviction actions.
America’s Work Force host Ed “Flash” Ferenc reviews the labor wins resulting from the midterm elections and the American Federation of Teachers continuing their fight against budget cuts in order to properly fund their programs.