Marketplace PM for November 10, 2004
Consumer advocate Jamie Court sounds off on how the President's second term will mean a further division between government and the people... and how that schism damages consumers' rights.
For the first time since the mid-1980's, the U.S. is importing more agricultural products than it exports. NAFTA plays a major role in this, as Marketplace's Dan Grech reports.
The New York City government is changing its laws regarding street vendor licenses, a ruling that would mostly affect new immigrants. Alisa Roth reports on why more established businesses are flexing their muscles ... to shut down the street vendors.