Missouri Jobs with Justice
Organizer Marteen Refinan says many workers who went on strike last week have seen more hours and slight increases in salary.
“From the Catholic tradition, it has always been point to try to support organized labor and this is one great way we can do it.”
Charlie talks with Nobel Prize Winner Mario Vargas Llosa…with Laura Coppinger, who had played the Sugar Plum Fairy at the St. Chas. Christmas Festival but was not rehired due to a mistake in her drug test…and with Lara Granich of Mo. Jobs with Justice about payday lending reform.
Charlie talks with former St. Louisan MIke McGill, a modern-day Forest Gump who has the uncanny ability to find himself at historic occurrences. Charlie also talks with Lara Granich of Missouri Justice with Jobs about raising the minimum wage in Missouri.
Charlie talks about an upcoming rally to protest politicians who support plans to cut Medicaid, Medicare, Social Security and federal employees. Also, a new program from Capitol Innovators which will help give young businesses their start.
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