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Published on Sep 4, 2012
The Democratic National Convention has kicked-off in North Carolina, but of course not without controversy. In North Carolina it is illegal for employees to collectively bargain and personnel want to draw attention to the workers' rights in the South. Labor unions have historically contributed millions of dollars to the Democratic Party, so what does this mean for democrats and unions in the South? Liz Wahl brings us more from the DNC.