The program, which ran for about an hour and forty-five minutes, covered a variety of topics including the following:
- How does it affect Virginia's Right To Work laws?
- Is the secret ballot a cornerstone of democracy in the workplace?
- Does the necessity of winning a majority of secretly cast votes raise an unreasonable barrier to employees seeking the opportunity to collectively bargain with employers?
- Does management have too much power to threaten workers who want to unionize, if unions are unable to organize in private, by quietly soliciting worker signatures, rather than having to win a publicly scrutinized contested election?
- Or are workers subject to undue coercion if they have to openly declare their position on whether to unionize in the presence of union organizers?