Cindy McDaniel told the House Ways and Means Committee today that it must act to beef up retirement security.
Sometimes statistics don’t tell the whole story. That’s certainly the case with today’s economy.
So-called experts point to increased jobs and decreased unemployment as if it means that hardworking Americans should be instantly OK. But they shouldn’t be fooled by those numbers, and neither should the working public.
Educators stood up not only for themselves, but for the community in huge victory.
Elected officials shouldn't use workers and their families as political pawns.
Bipartisan legislation presents opportnity to secure retirements for some 1.5M workers, retirees.
While the federal government has failed to act on the minimum wage, other elected officials have made it their business to lead the way.
In 2010, Joint Councils 7 and 38 merged in California, uniting over 100,000 Teamsters in 23 local unions. Joint Council 7’s territory is vast, covering 50 of California’s 58 counties and all of Northern Nevada.
Despite this, in 2010 Joint Council 7’s endorsement list was only two pages long. It made endorsements in most of the federal and statewide races, but at the local level – city councils, county boards of supervisors, school boards, and ballot measures – it mostly stayed out.
New report shows that housing hikes are outpacing wage growth, and forcing more people out on the street.