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Tell Somebody

Jan 25, 2011

The January 25, 2011 edition of Tell Somebody looks at last year's Citizens United v FEC decision, and an upcoming decision on the question of whether corporations should have "personal privacy" rights under the Freedom of Information Act.  We hear audio from a Public Citizen press conference on the Citizens United anniversary and an explanation of the AT&T case from Public Citizen attorney Adina Rosenbaum, followed by some audio of the actual arguments.  In the news, Kansas City police raid a homeless camp, and a union officer representing workers at the Kansas City nuclear weapons parts plant warns of a possible work stoppage because of Honeywell's anti-union attitude that has workers afraid to report safety violations in the plant.


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