Senior Policy Analyst Kelsey Bolar joins Allie Beth Stuckey’s Relatable podcast on two timely topics:
First, South Dakota governor Kristi Noem’s decision to backtrack on legislation that would protect girls’ and women’s sports. This has disappointed many conservatives, wondering if she’s “sold out” to the NCAA. Then, Kelsey talks about the PRO Act, a piece of federal legislation that would make working as a freelancer or independent contractor unnecessarily difficult. It aims to bring California’s “ABC Test” to the national level, even after it has devastated that state’s gig economy.