Posts Tagged ‘union’

Do supranational laws erode domestic democratic systems? A dialogue at CEU

Tuesday, April 3rd, 2012

As part of the rector’s ongoing series of conversations about democracy, three leading legal scholars discussed how international policy and law making affects domestic democratic systems. Speakers included Dieter Grimm of Humboldt and Yale Universities, Mattias Kumm of New York University and of the Social Science Research Center at Humboldt, and Miroslaw Wyrzykowski of Warsaw […]

Gov. Walker Target of AFSCME Legal Complaint for Violating Labor Laws (Feb 28, 2011 – msnbc)

Thursday, March 31st, 2011

February 28, 2011. Interview with former Wisconsin Attorney General Peg Lautenschlager. Related Blogs

Gay Marriage vs Civil Unions: Separate Is Not Equal – Gavin Newsom

Saturday, August 28th, 2010

Complete video at: fora.tv San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom compares the issue of same-sex marriage to racial discrimination and chastises politicians who claim they support equality for all, yet do not support gay marriage. “How can you argue separate is not equal and then argue that separate is equal, but only if you’re gay?” —– […]