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HOUR 1 (1-2p)
Elissa McBride, AFSCME Secretary-Treasurer, on her recent discussion with women leaders on the pervasive harassment both women and men confront at work and strategies to fight back.
Elizabeth Hempowicz, Project on Government Oversight (POGO) on the whistleblower at the Department of Housing and Urban Development who says she was demoted in part for refusing to spend more than was legally allowed to redecorate Secretary Ben Carson's new office.
HOUR 2 (2-3p)
Roy Gross, Director of Operations at the Atlas Theater and DC rep for Actors Equity on what makes DC one of the nation’s “best cities for live theatre.”
Judy Conti, Government Affairs Director, National Employment Law Project, on how restaurant workers won ownership of their tips.
Plus listener calls!
Dixie Chicks: Not Ready To Make Nice
Warren Zevon; Lawyers Guns and Money
BK Anderson - Minimum Wage
The Triumphs - Workin'
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