North Carolina workers are among the least unionized in the country and many blame, or credit, the state's culture and "Right-to-Work" laws. That's especially true in eastern North Carolina's primarily agricultural and service based economy. This week on the Down East Journal, we speak to local labor leaders and labor law experts on where workers stand in the region and the role they may play in a new labor movement. Plus, we explore how prepared local healthcare providers are when it comes to the uncertainty of Zika infection and microcephaly in infants. And, as sea turtle nesting season winds down, officials are reporting a record number of nests along the North Carolina coast.