Walmart lays off thousands of employees, and Baltimore residents face massive water shutoffs.
Tags: mike yard, health, food, under the desk, labor, work/office, terminations and resignations, shopping, unions, baltimore, poverty, business, wealth, superheroes, walmart, conspiracies, poop & pee, african american
Zephyr Teachout discusses corruption in government and financing her own gubernatorial campaign.
Mayor Bill de Blasio makes the case for progressivism and shares his goals for improving New York.
Former UCLA player Ramogi Huma makes the case for allowing student athletes to form unions.
According to the National Labor Relations Board, football players who receive full scholarships now qualify as employees and can form unions.
Activist Naquasia LeGrand talks "Fast Food Forward" and her efforts to double the minimum wage.
Diane Ravitch identifies successful American school systems.
Representative Dan Kildee talks labor unions, Madonna and gun laws.
Tags: better know a district, dan kildee, on location, michigan, costumes, unions, labor, madonna, cars/trucks, general motors, michael moore, cracks up, dancing, cocaine, drugs, farming, second amendment, bkad, stephen colbert
Mary Kay Henry reveals that the average fast-food employee is 28 years old, not a teenager.
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