On Monday, “St. Louis on the Air” host Don Marsh led a legal roundtable to talk about local and national legal issues pressing our region today. Uber and anti-trust law were a big focus of the hour, along with the legal implications of the Ferguson Commission’s recommendations, the possibility of minimum wage increases in Missouri, police use of force, the Kim Davis saga and more.
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Host Don Marsh led the roundtable on local and national legal issues pressing our region today. On Monday, the panel discussed the latest twists in St. Louis’ complicated Uber saga, the legal implications of the Ferguson Commission’s recommendations, the city’s actions on minimum wage, Kim Davis and more.
Joining the show to talk about these issues:
· Mark Smith, associate vice chancellor of students at Washington Univeristy;
· Bill Freivogel, professor at Southern Illinois University–Carbondale’s Paul Simon Public Policy Institute
· Ronald Levin, J.D., William R. Orthwein Distinguished Professor of Law at Washington University
"St. Louis on the Air" discusses issues and concerns facing the St. Louis area. The show is produced by Mary Edwards, Alex Heuer and Kelly Moffitt and hosted by veteran journalist Don Marsh. Follow us on Twitter and join the conversation at @STLonAir.