Healthcare and Labor

It used to be job security and pay raises, now one of the hottest issues in labor negotiations is health care. Join Neal Conan and his guests for a discussion on the costs of health care insurance to employers and employees, plus it's role in collective bargaining.


Nancy Cleeland
*Staff writer, Los Angeles Times

Paul Ginsburg
*President of the Center for Studying Health System Change

Kate Sullivan
*Health Care Policy director at the U.S. Chamber

Harley Shaiken
*Professor at the University of California at Berkeley

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