David Madland applauds NLRB’s proposed rule to standardize union elections and ensure they happen as scheduled so that workers can be heard.
David Madland details the facts in the National Labor Relations Board’s complaint against the aircraft manufacturer to set the record straight.
The board’s suits against Arizona and South Dakota continue a long precedent of striking down state laws in violation of the National Labor Relations Act, writes David Madland.
David Madland details the conservative movement’s campaign to raise taxes on middle-class Americans at the federal and state levels.
Issue Brief Sarah Treuhaft and David Madland address the growing opportunity deficit, what it means for our economic future, and the next steps for building an inclusive growth agenda.
David Madland and Christian E. Weller explore the Social Security cuts hidden just outside the latest House Republican budget resolution.
Report from David Madland, Karla Walter, and Nick Bunker shows how stronger unions create a stronger middle class.
David Madland explains how a strong middle class is the key to economic growth in Democracy Journal.
David Madland and Nick Bunker argue that states' budget woes are due to the recession, not public employees' salaries.
David Madland and Nick Bunker detail how the National Football League’s negotiations with its players work out best for everyone involved.
New high-road federal contracting guidelines would help raise job standards, reward companies that follow the law, and prevent taxpayer waste, write CAP Action's David Madland and Karla Walter.
Analysis from CAP Action's David Madland and Hannah Walton shows, throughout history, public opinion of the government improves as the employment rate rises.
Allowing public access to contractor information is an important first step. Now the government needs more tools to protect taxpayers, write CAP Action's Karla Walter and David Madland.
Karla Walter and David Madland explain why public support for unions has recently dropped and why it should go back up once the economy recovers.
David Madland and Karla Walter detail why “high-road” contracting would help prevent low-road disasters such as the BP oil catastrophe.