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Tell Congress to Stop Sneak Attacks on Working People

Funding the government is one of the basic requirements of Congress. But as we too often see, the process consistently takes far longer than originally scheduled. 327 more words

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FMLA Doctor's Notes: What You Need to Know

Since its passage in 1993, the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) has saved the jobs of tens of thousands of workers – union and nonunion. 802 more words

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"Economic Food Poisoning": The Bankrupt Delusions Of Donald Trump, The 'King Of Debt'

According to Donald Trump, at $19 trillion the federal government has too much debt. Or so little debt that we could pay it off in eight years. 1,135 more words

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Five Reasons to Cheer for Unions This Mother’s Day

Mother’s Day is a perfect time to celebrate the capacity for upward mobility women have gained in the workforce — especially when it comes to labor unions. 693 more words

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A Message from Bernie Sanders

A Message from Bernie Sanders after his stand with Verizon Workers:

“Yesterday the CEO of Verizon said that I was “contemptible.” He doesn’t like that yesterday I walked the picket line with striking Verizon workers, or that I think Verizon needs to pay its fair share in taxes. 141 more words

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To these guys, sign spinning isn't just a job—it's a calling

Los Angeles

You may have seen them on the side of the road, or perhaps at a highway on-ramp, twirling arrow-shaped signs to entice passing drivers to check out a new housing development or advertise… 253 more words