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Podcast: Understanding the Impeachment Process

Plus Trump wants to cut funding for school lunches, take away grad students union rights, and Chicago Teachers threaten strike

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Sep 27, 2019
Trump is trying to cut funding for school lunches, leaving half a million kids hungry at school. Nerds who work for a Google contractors have organized with the Steelworkers union, we take a look at what their issues are. Chicago teachers are preparing to strike after the City refused to give them a fair contract that helps their lowest-paid employees. Trump is trying to take away collective bargaining rights for Graduate students, we look at why these students need the right to join a union. Police have been some of Trump's strongest supporters, even as other public employees have been attacked by him. LaGrange tries to explain why this is going on. Plus the House has opened an impeachment inquiry into Trump, we explain what impeachment means and what the process is for getting rid of him. The Met's may be out of the playoffs, but 12 teams are continuing on, UCOMM makes our picks on who will make it the World Series.
 

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