Show: Law Talk

Episode: 0013 Law Talk: Dominique Strauss-Kahn, Voter ID & NLRB - June 8, 2011


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The conversation begins with IMF Chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn who faces attempted rape charges. The pictures of him in handcuffs anger the French. The DA cites similar assault in 2002 in an affair with a subordinate and an appointment probe that added tailwind.

In Constitutional Corner Mark (www.marklawsf.com) and Jim discuss how a half–dozen states have moved to require picture IDs at voting, while the opponents cry discrimination, arguing the ID law is voter suppression. How will the Justice Department weigh in?

The New Hampshire edges toward becoming the 23rd Right to Work State – The National Labor Relations Board blocks Boeing from moving Dreamliner production from Washington state to South Carolina. The proposed bill in California would eliminate rights to secret ballots in favor of “card check.”

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