BOSTON (CBS) — The president of the state’s largest collection of union workers talked MBTA reform, Boston’s Olympic bid and trade on Sunday’s Keller @ Large.

AFL-CIO President Steve Tolman told WBZ-TV political analyst Jon Keller that he thinks the Carmen’s Union is “100 percent right” in their opposition to a proposed MBTA fiscal control board.

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“What the governor is looking for is a trump card on arbitration,” Tolman said. “And that is a violation of the law.”

Tolman also discussed his opposition to the president’s new Trans-Pacific Partnership Free Trade Agreement.

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“Labor is standing up for what is right in America,” Tolman said.

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