Right-to-work works, and light rail doesn’t because of math
By Benjamin Yount | Watchdog Radio
KIDS AND CITY PLANNERS: For some reason, some people just love trains.
The numbers don’t add up when you look at the cost of light rail or the cost of unionization.
In the latest edition of Watchdog Radio, we look at right-to-work and the impact of unionized “deadweight loss”, and the high cost of a new light-rail project in Minnesota.
Plus why is it so tough to get a voter fraud conviction in Virginia, and the curious case of the black-footed ferret in Kansas.