Christie Seeks Rewrite of Public Worker Rules

May 10 (Bloomberg) -- Hetty Rosenstein, New Jersey director of Communications Workers of America, talks with Bloomberg's Elise Young during a union-organized protest in Trenton on May 1 about Governor Chris Christie's aim to revamp century-old employment rules for civil-service workers. New Jersey's unions see the proposal as part of a renewed Republican drive against government workers' pay and benefits that peaked in 2011, when Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker signed legislation curtailing collective-bargaining rights. (Source: Bloomberg)
Celebrating 50 Years of the Red Arrows
50:47 - Bloomberg celebrates the 50th anniversary of RAF Aerobatic Team, the Red Arrows, since their first display back in 1965.
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