Several states and cities officially enacted minimum wage increases on July 1. But one took a step back.
Workers want to work. But sometimes their own employer shuts the door on them, jeopardizing not only their paychecks but their families’ lives in the process.
Beefing up currency manipulation, worker rights language is key to creating an agreement that helps everyone.
A new jobs program for the 21st century is needed to raise wages and improve services for all.
Bill that wants to trade time off for overtime pay is yet another corporate boondoggle.
Polls show the public puts infrastructure before all other policy considerations. And they're letting the GOP know they'll pay if action isn't taken.
John Tolman, legislative representative for the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers and Trainmen, testified before a U.S. House committee today about the importance of rail infrastructure funding.