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Retiring CSEA president reflects on career, battles with governors
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After a quarter of a century serving as its president, the powerful head of the Civil Service Employees Association is stepping down at the end of his current term. 

Danny Donohue, the longtime face and voice of the organization, sits down with our Karen DeWitt this week to discuss his memorable battles with several New York Governors and the future strength of unions after the recent Supreme Court ruling in the case Janus vs. AFSCME.

Join us this weekend on your local PBS station.