What We’re Watching 10/27/2011

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What We're Watching 10/27/2011
What We're Watching 10/27/2011
Jay Finneburgh, via Indybay.org

Following the injury of Iraq war veteran Scott Olsen in Oakland on Tuesday, Occupy Wall Street protesters around the nation are showing their support for their fellow protester.

Texas Gov. Rick Perry may skip future debates to remain on the campaign trail, where he can continue to make promises like adding 2.5 million jobs in his first term as president. 

Speaking of the economy, America’s GDP had its best quarter of year, growing 2.5%. 

There are less than two weeks left before Ohio voters decide the fate of Gov. John Kasich’s SB-5, now known as Issue 2.  And while polls are predicting a huge win for workers’ rights, an internal labor memo warns that the polls may be quite exaggerated.

What We're Watching 10/27/2011

Updated