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- Philip Dine Journalist and author of "State of the Unions"
- James Gattuso Senior Research Fellow in Regulatory Policy at the Heritage Foundation.
- David Shepardson Washington bureau chief, The Detroit News.
- Brian Fredline President of United Auto Worker's Local 602 in Lansing, Michigan.
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