Elizabeth DiNovella

<span class="floatleft"><img src="http://www.progressive.org/images/staff/lizeditorweb.jpg" width="70"></span>Elizabeth DiNovella is Culture Editor of The Progressive. She writes about activism, politics, music, books, and film. She also produces Progressive Radio, a thirty-minute public affairs program hosted by Matthew Rothschild. Before working for The Progressive, DiNovella was the News and Public Affairs Director at WORT-FM, the community radio station of Madison, Wisconsin.<br>
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Romney Will Talk about China, Won’t Talk to Bainport Workers

“Romney says he wants to get tough on China, and wants to stop the loss of manufacturing jobs to China, and here is a company that he actually he owns stock in, and is doing that to us,” says Tom Gaulrapp, a worker at the Bain Capital-owned Sensata Technologies plant in Freeport, Illinois, which is outsourcing jobs to China. By Elizabeth DiNovella

Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker Calls for End of NFL Ref Lockout After Packer Loss

For the nearly 47% of Wisconsinites that voted to recall the Gov, the irony of the union-busting governor calling for the end of the labor lockout was rich. After all, the people who supported Scott Walker are the ones behind the NFL lockout.


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