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Posted by Daryl Paranada
For Marketplace, Monday, June 20, 2011
Some Supreme Court news to start off our week. The court overturned a lower court ruling that more than a million female employees could join in a lawsuit accusing Walmart of paying women less than men. And it said that six states cannot sue utilities over emissions contributing to climate change.
A new report commissioned by mayors nationwide says cities aren’t creating jobs fast enough. We speak with the mayor of Racine, Wis., about what he’s doing to create jobs.
In international news, we look at all the red tape business-minded Egyptians have to cut through, and the humanitarian situation developing at the Syrian-Turkish border.
Kai has a final note on the L.A. Dodgers, and finally — banks and credit card companies are looking for ways to make up billions in fees they can no longer charge. What are they looking at now? Your shopping habits.
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