Worker Center Watch advisor Ryan Williams and FBN’s Lori Rothman, David Asman and Tracy Byrnes on the protests for higher wages.
Mackinac Center for Public Policy’s Vincent Vernuccio on union protests at Wal-Mart and Michigan voters rejecting a collective bargaining amendment.
Former New York Lt. Gov. Richard Ravitch on the new measures being put forth by organized-labor groups in the Great Lakes State.
The Center for Union Facts Executive Director Richard Berman discusses whether Michigan is the new union-battleground state.
Fox Senior Legal Advisor Judge Andrew Napolitano on collective bargaining , unions, and what can be done to solve problems in Wisconsin and Michigan.
Wisconsin Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch on a court throwing out the state’s law curbing collective bargaining rights and its impact on efforts to reduce spending.
Manhattan Institute’s Steven Malanga on cities in financial trouble, pension reform and employee pay.
FBN’s Rich Edson with a preview of FBN’s “Out of Work” special airing tonight.
Governor Mitch Daniels on what the government should consider a priority.
‘State of the Unions' author Phil Dine on the future of unions, Wisconsin and collective bargaining .
FBN’s Charlie Gasparino on uncovering a J.P. Morgan report on unfunded pension liabilities facing state and local governments across the country.
Former Verizon Wireless CEO Denny Strigl on the growing number of states taking on public sector pensions and other spending in an effort to reduce government debt.
FNC’s Geraldo Rivera on the outlook for public sector unions and Obama and Romney’s fundraising push.
The Illinois Policy Institute’s Ted Debrowski on the national impact of Illinois debt problems.
Miller & Long President Brett McMahon on the decline in union membership.
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Heritage Foundation Senior Policy Analyst James Sherk and Merlin’s Law Group founder Chip Merlin on Michigan’s new right-to-work laws.
Manhattan Institute’s Steve Malanga and National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation President Mark Mix on the impact of right-to-work legislation on a states’ demographics and jobs.
Mackinac Center Director of Labor Policy Vincent Vernuccio and Labor Notes Director Mark Brenner on how Michigan’s right-to-work bills will impact the future for unions across the country.
State Sen. Patrick Colbeck, (R-Mich.), on efforts to boost job growth in the state.