Tweaking the balance of power between labor and employers
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Change is coming to the National Labor Relations Board — how might that affect how it does its work? Plus, we consider Federal Reserve Chair Powell's latest pronouncements on inflation and a new study that makes a compelling economic case for improved early childhood education.
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Why the Federal Reserve "is hedging its bets on the side of employment over inflation" right now
Diane Swonk, chief economist of Grant Thornton, joins us to review.
A Senate committee is set to consider two Biden appointees to the National Labor Relations Board.
Marketplace’s Chris Farrell says research based on the Perry Preschool Project shows broad, long-term benefits of early investment.
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