Friday News Roundup - Domestic

Friday News Roundup - Domestic

Fiscal cliff negotiations appear stuck in neutral. The Fed ties interest rates to jobless numbers. And the Michigan governor signs a “right to work” law. Diane and a panel of guests discuss the week's top domestic stories.

Fiscal cliff negotiations appear stuck in neutral. The Fed ties interest rates to jobless numbers. And the Michigan governor signs a “right to work” law. Diane and a panel of guests discuss the week's top domestic stories.

Guests

Susan Page

Washington bureau chief for USA Today.

Ron Elving

senior Washington editor for NPR.

Karen Tumulty

national political reporter at The Washington Post.

Friday News Roundup Video

After Michigan passed an anti-union measure Thursday amid protests and criticism, the panel looked at what right-to-work laws actually mean and what's next for the nation's organized labor movement.

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