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RT America - February 27, 2018

Debate: Should Broward County bear responsibility for Florida school shooting?

Congress has already taken the necessary steps to fix the background check system, said House Speaker Paul Ryan, adding that Broward County authorities failed in the Parkland, Florida school shooting. For more on this, RT America’s Ed Schultz is joined by Democratic strategist Robin Biro and Ted Harvey, chairman of the Committee to Defend the President.

Supreme Court decision could have grave implications for unions

The US Supreme Court heard arguments in a case with major implications for the future of labor unions, with plaintiffs arguing that government union fees employees are required to pay violate the First Amendment. RT America’s Ed Schultz speaks with the president of the American Postal Workers Union Mark Dimondstein about the case that could affect the more than $100 million in contributions given to Democratic candidates from public sector unions.

SCOTUS weighs Microsoft privacy fight over overseas data

In a case that may set a precedent for cloud computing for decades to come, Microsoft is fighting back against a 2013 search warrant obtained by the FBI, ordering the company to relinquish information stored on a server in Ireland, but allegedly connected to drug activity. RT America’s Manila Chan reports.