Many rural and small-town voters supported President Trump—but his agenda will harm families and the economy in their communities.
President Trump’s Budget Breaks His Promises to Workers—Again
A Plan for Rebuilding America and Investing in Workers and Jobs
Raising Wages and Rebuilding Wealth
The Future of Worker Voice and Power
Judge Neil Gorsuch’s confirmation could lead to continued erosion of justice for wronged consumers and workers.
The United States must acknowledge and focus on the mutually reinforcing ways in which reproductive health and economic empowerment help both women and the economy thrive.
The impact of President Trump’s budget on working families will depend on the answers to these five questions.
The House tax reform blueprint is unlikely to deliver jobs, economic growth, or wage increases for working Americans.
Congress and the Trump administration are attacking federal protections that save Americans money and even save their lives.
On Friday, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics will release its Employment Situation Summary for the month of February. Here are some labor market indicators to watch.
In his confirmation hearing, Securities and Exchange Commission Chair nominee Jay Clayton must address important questions on how he will approach key issues facing the agency, investors, and the U.S. economy.
Women contribute trillions of dollars to the economy each day in paid and unpaid labor.
The president promised a “new chapter of American greatness” but failed to mention massive cuts to programs that help families get ahead.
Trump’s hastily prepared budget plan will undermine U.S. national security, erode public health and environmental standards, and cost the American people dearly in the long run.
Congress is considering legislation that would force federal agencies to prioritize corporate cost savings over public health and consumer safety.
Republicans have weaponized an obscure legislative provision to quickly repeal nine rules issued under Dodd-Frank, raising the risks of another disastrous financial crisis.
The secretary of labor plays an important role in the daily lives of workers, from ensuring fair workplaces to advancing the economic security of working families. It is critical that whoever fills the position is dedicated to furthering these goals for all Americans.
The math does not add up, leading to massive cuts to Medicaid, broad tax increases on the middle class, and much lower tax credits for health insurance.