AFGE’s Law Enforcement Committee, TSA MSBP rights, voter protection, and Union strategies – May 23, 2014 and May 30, 2014

Special Rebroadcast

On this week’s show:

This week “Inside Government” speaks with AFGE’s Law Enforcement President and Sargent of Arms about the committee’s work; Stacy Bodtmann, AFGE Council 100 Regional Vice President talks about issues at TSA; Alexander Keyssar from the Harvard Kennedy School of Government talks about voter protection; and, Bill Berry, author of “Union Strategies for Hard Times” discusses his book and what Unions can do in this threatening economic and political climate.

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Jeff Zuhlke (pictured), Roger Neff


AFGE Law Enforcement Committee’s President and Sargent of Arms

Zuhlke and Neff discuss the Committee’s mission, how it participated in Police Week, and what threats face federal law enforcement officers.

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Stacy Bodtmann

AFGE Council 100 Regional Vice President

Bodtmann discusses TSA employees’ lack of MSPB rights and other issues that affect female TSOs.

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Dr. Alexander Keyssar

Professor of History and Social Policy at Harvard Kennedy School of Government

Keyssar describes impediments to voter protection laws and the potential impact on the upcoming midterm elections.

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Bill Berry

Author of Union Strategies for Hard Times and former Director of Labor Studies at the Community College of Baltimore County

Berry talks about his book and how Unions can kick start their plans to organize in a digital age.