The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the urgent need to strengthen protections for home care workers.
Federal policymakers should take steps to reverse anti-union biases in the U.S. tax code and build power for workers.
Memo: Republican Stonewalling of Real Relief Is Setting the Stage for a Series of Catastrophes for Working-Class Americans, Small Businesses, and Public Services
With the expiration of many important CARES Act provisions, tens of millions of working-class Americans and small businesses are not getting the support they need to weather the pandemic and survive the economic fallout it spurred.
President Trump has made it clear, again and again, that he intends to defund Social Security.
President Trump’s failed leadership has left Americans in a worse scenario than when the pandemic began. It is now time for members of Congress and their staff to act in order to prevent further calamity.
Memo: Democrats Should Only Support an Economic Package That Provides Stability and Addresses the True Economic Pain Americans Are Experiencing
Democrats should demand the next coronavirus relief package address the real pain Americans are feeling and provide long-term stability, not just a short-term patch to set up further political hostage-taking.
How State and Local Governments Can Support Safe Workplaces and Protect Public Health During the Coronavirus Crisis
Workers should have a strong voice in setting and enforcing public health standards.
David Madland and others write about how the federal government can protect essential workers during the coronavirus pandemic.
Karla Walter writes about how to make worker protections real during the coronavirus pandemic.
This week on "The Tent," Daniella and Ed sit down with Michigan bartender Sarah May Whitelake and CAP Action senior economist Gbenga Ajilore to discuss the economic impact of COVID-19.