Former Congresswoman Donna Shalala, who raised concerns early on about Eulen America, says the new agreement between Eulen and Miami-Dade County could have nationwide consequences.
- --to guarantee those standards are met. As a result, the company will be allowed to remain at MIA. Former Congresswoman Donna Shalala, who raised concerns early on about Eulen, says the new agreement could have nationwide consequences.
DONNA SHALALA: I'm cautiously optimistic. And obviously, for the workers, I'm thrilled. At least this is a serious step forward. And it says to the workers that everyone in our community expects their supervisors, the companies that own the work at the airport, have to have high standards in the way in which they treat workers. That's what we expect as a community. That's what we expect as a country.
Well, this Sunday on "Facing South Florida," CBS 4's Jim DeFede will have much more on the story that he has worked on now for more than two years. That is this Sunday at 11:30 on "Facing South Florida."