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“President Trump’s description of undocumented immigrants yesterday as ‘animals’ marks yet another sad and shameful moment in this president’s tenure.”
The Trump administration continues its march toward repealing safeguards designed to protect the rights of workers.
There is overwhelming public opposition to the Trump Administration’s proposed hog slaughter speed up rule.
The gig is up for employers who misclassify their workers as independent contractors.
The Colorado House vote to repeal the state’s minimum wage preemption law is a major victory for Colorado workers and(…)
Another example of the administration’s anti-immigrant, xenophobic agenda, built on fear-mongering and scapegoating.
The law cannot be more clear: Tips belong to workers and no one else.
The court’s faulty reasoning threatens the Labor Department’s very ability to protect retirement savers now and in the future.
Washington becomes the 11th state to adopt fair-chance reforms for the private sector.