Who Does “Right to Work” Really Serve? with Mariah Phillips
Mariah Phillips, candidate for State House Rep in District 37, joins Sandy to talk about what it means to be a “Right to Work” state. They both urge caution as the General Assembly considers chiseling the law into the Tennessee State Constitution. Unions get a bad rap and low wages have bought many jobs to Tennessee but what are the long-term consequences of handing our future to big corporations? Hasn’t the pandemic uncovered many inequalities in worker’s safety and security?
FULL PODCAST available on Apple Podcasts here, and wherever else you like to listen here.
LISTEN ? #WhatAboutUs, a rural podcast by @sandrafrice55, just dropped a new episode.@Mariah4TN, candidate for State House District 37, joins to break down "Right to Work" myths & why it's terrible for workers but great for the rich.
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