Two years ago, the Supreme Court handed down a major ruling in the Janus decision. That decision freed up public-sector workers from having to pay unions against their will. But since then, a lot of states haven’t been complying — and unions have fought back. Alaska is leading the charge in the opposite direction — bringing its state into compliance with the Supreme Court decision. Alaska Attorney General Kevin Clarkson joins the podcast to discuss. Plus: Peloton, the home workout bike, is taking heat after an ad that some say is offensive and sexist.


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  1. Jim Wright Coolidge

    The Peleton ad didn’t bug me in the same way that the big-bow Christmas Lexus ads don’t bug me: it’s completely out of my league. If you’re going to drop $100,000 on a luxury car or a few grand on a piece of primo exercise equipment, it’s likely to be something you’ve discussed at length. Like shopping for engagement rings: you don’t buy one if you don’t know the answer you’ll get, but you’ve got some leeway in the details. 

    When I think Peloton, I think of a company that would insist on seeing where I’d want to put it in the house, and turning me down because I don’t have a 45th floor corner room with wraparound windows. My wife would love one, but would kill me for picking that over, say, a back deck she’d be more likely to use every day.

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