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NLRB power faces challenge in Starbucks Supreme Court case

Season 2024 Episode 115 | 4m 37s

The U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments Tuesday in a key case that could have major implications for labor rights. The court looked at a challenge brought by Starbucks against a lower court decision to reinstate seven baristas in Memphis who were fired by the company after they announced plans to unionize. Geoff Bennett discussed more with Washington Post labor reporter Lauren Gurley.

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