Several states and cities officially enacted minimum wage increases on July 1. But one took a step back.
In the "Show Me" state, elected officials are casting aside an economy that works for one that will hurt workers.
Bipartisan solution will be needed to institute the changes needed to improve America for workers, businesses.
Workers deserve a predictable schedule with predictable pay that allows them a life outside of work.
Nineteen states from East to West raised salaries for their lowest-paid workers. But there is more work to be done.
It's getting harder and harder for new generations to sustain the income level they grew up with, a new report says.
New Economic Policy Institute report finds education, race, ethnicity doesn't halt wage divide between women, men.
So-called RTW doesn't help workers enter the middle class, she says, only prevents them from earning fair wages.