News Releases | November 7, 2018

Workers Voted for Higher Pay, Healthcare, Democracy; Action Expected by New House and State Leaders

Voters across the political spectrum showed they want action on key working-family issues.

News Releases | October 10, 2018

On the Trump Administration’s Proposal to Limit Immigration Through the Public Charge Rule

The proposal is yet another administration effort to exclude immigrants and advance a racist, xenophobic agenda.

Blog | August 14, 2018

Happy 83rd Birthday, Social Security!

Now is the time to strengthen Social Security, secure its long-term stability, and expand its benefits.

Blog | July 17, 2018

Creating Barriers to Public Assistance is Not the Pathway to Work

Work requirements push is just another way to punish low-income people.

News Releases | June 20, 2018

Massachusetts Joins New York and California in Adopting $15 Minimum Wage

The agreement calls for gradually raising the state’s minimum wage to $15 by 2023.

Press Clips | June 1, 2018

Workers’ Rights: Comp System Fails to Offer Adequate Benefits

Via: Workers Compensation - WC Magazine

The workers compensation system is in a deeply trou­bled state, with enormous financial and social costs for America’s workers.

Commentary | December 22, 2017

Our Country Has Forgotten the Lessons of the Great Recession

Via: The Hill

The unemployment insurance program is profoundly unprepared for the next economic downturn.

Commentary | December 22, 2017

Do It Yourself: Trump’s Quiet Attack on the Regulatory State is Another Part of His Broader Class War

Via: Slate

Far from a recipe for liberty this is, instead, a prescription for chaos.

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