Podcast: Alaska Attorney General Talks Workers’ Rights

Two years ago, the Supreme Court handed down a major ruling in the Janus decision. That decision freed up public-sector workers from having to pay unions against their will. But since then, a lot of states haven’t been complying—and unions have fought back. Alaska is leading the charge in the opposite direction—bringing its state into compliance with the Supreme Court decision. Alaska Attorney General Kevin Clarkson joins the podcast to discuss. Plus: Peloton, the home workout bike, is taking heat after an ad that some say is offensive and sexist.

We also cover the following stories:

  • House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announces the House will vote on impeachment next week.
  • Sen. Lindsey Graham speaks out about impeachment in the Senate.
  • Rep. Rashida Tlaib, D-Mich., blames the New Jersey shooting on “white supremacy.”

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