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October 8, 2010
A United Auto Workers local in Indiana voted to close a GM supplier plant rather than accept a pay cut. Now 650 workers will have to be transferred to other towns. Labor Counsel Vincent Vernuccio was on Varney & Co. to comment on the union local’s decision. Watch the video here. 
>>Shaping the Debate
Answer This: Fred Smith 
Fred Smith’s interview on Politico.com
Burn Baby Burn? 
Iain Murray’s blog post on The Washington Examiner’s Opinion Zone
How Green Products Will Cost You Green 
Ben Lieberman’s radio interview on The G. Gordon Liddy Show
The Green Agenda 
Ben Lieberman’s citation in Investor’s Business Daily
Could the Event Surrounding the Rutgers Suicide be Considered a Hate Crime? 
Hans Bader’s citation on Yahoo News
>>Best of the Blogs
Is the Internet’s Future in Jeopardy? 
By Ryan Radia
Obama’s Solar Rooftop Panel: Back to the Future Carter 
By Marlo Lewis, Jr.
If You Like Your Health Plan, You May Lose It Anyway 
By Hans Bader
Sharing Isn’t Caring 
By Marc Scribner
October 7, 2010: Trade, Jobs, and Korea 
CEI Adjunct Fellow Fran Smith  talks about the EU-Korea free trade agreement that takes effect next year, and why the US-Korea FTA stalled, to the economy’s detriment. Fran also talks about NAFTA’s impact on jobs, and why imports are a good thing.
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