Last month marked the 70th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz by the Red Army. That event, and many others over the course of World War II were documented by Soviet photographers and many of the people behind the cameras were Jewish. A new exhibition opened Sunday at the Illinois Holocaust Museum and Education Center in Skokie - Through Soviet Jewish Eyes: Photography, War, and the Holocaust. Morning Shift’s Jason Marck shares his inside look at the exhibit, and the history behind it. Also, how close is Wisconsin to becoming a right to work state? We find out.
A look at the landscape in some Rust Belt states that have pushed for right-to-work plans in recent years — some successfully, others not:ILLINOISIllinois has not seen a serious right-to-work movement largely because of a near Democratic lock on the General Assembly in the pas
The Michigan Legislature gave final approval Tuesday to a bitterly contested right-to-work plan limiting the power of unions, a devastating and once unthinkable defeat for organized labor in a state considered a cradle of the movement.
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Growing tension among defiant House Democrats facing stiff fines and sparse resources threatens to disrupt a no-show effort aimed at blocking a bill that would make Indiana the first state in more than a decade to enact right-to-work legislation.Democrats stalled business Wednesd
It’s a new year with a new legislative session, but an all-too-familiar story is recurring in the Indiana Statehouse, at least from the Republican viewpoint: House Democrats once again held up any work because they oppose a GOP proposal to make Indiana a right-to-work state.Wednesday was to have bee
Indiana’s legislative session will be short this year — it’s expected to last until March — but judging by the political tone set before the start of the session Wednesday, the debate will be furious.The Republican leadership, as well as Republican Gov.