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CQ Future: Unions

Giant and Safeway grocery store workers protest in front of a Safeway Store for fair union contract negotiations on Feb. 19, 2020, in Washington.
Giant and Safeway grocery store workers protest in front of a Safeway Store for fair union contract negotiations on Feb. 19, 2020, in Washington. (Mark Wilson/Getty Images file photo)

For the last half-century, the GOP platform has been to destroy labor, not save it. Now comes conservative Oren Cass, who advised Sen. Mitt Romney’s presidential campaigns and has caught the attention of many conservatives as he raises the question of whether a new vision for unions could be embraced by both the left and right. CQ Roll Call’s Jim Saksa talks with Cass, now the executive director of American Compass, and explores how unions could be reinvented.

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