Ritter’s Executive Order on Labor Stirs Controversy

· Apr. 5, 2010, 4:00 pm

Supporters say Gov. Bill Ritter's plan to allow union representation could improve productivity. Critics say it will cost the state money and alienate business.Ryan Warner speaks with Joe Blake, president of the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce, and with Mitch Ackerman, president of the Colorado Council of the Service Employees International Union. Later he talks with Jon Brock, a labor expert at the University of Washington.

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