In this week's episode, we dive into the controversial topics currently making headlines across the nation.
First, we discuss the recent Florida law attempting to overturn the Supreme Court case Kennedy v. Louisiana, allowing the death penalty for rape of a child in an 8 to 4 vote. We explore the implications of this decision and examine the public's reaction to this dramatic change in legislation.
Next, we shift our focus to the Department of Labor's Wage & Hour Division and their enforcement of federal child labor laws. We analyze Arkansas Governor Sarah Huckabee Sanders' proposal to allow teens as young as 14 to work without obtaining a permit. What does this mean for our youth and the future of the workforce?
Lastly, we tackle the ongoing debate surrounding minors in the workforce versus immigrants. As the controversy continues to unfold, we evaluate the potential consequences of these policies and the impact on our society as a whole.
Join us for this thought-provoking episode as we navigate the complexities of these pressing issues and encourage open dialogue to better understand the implications of these decisions. Don't miss out on this vital conversation - tune in now!