Republicans can only blame themselves for their political misfortune when middle-class families see what their tax plan does.
Policymakers should heed Wisconsin’s warning—attacks on public-sector workers are harmful for states.
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Ed Gillespie’s trickle-down tax plan didn’t help him; the House GOP plan is even more toxic.
The Trump Cabinet would get billions of dollars back from the Trump-McConnell-Ryan tax plan.
Anti-worker lawmakers are advancing a bill to let large corporations off the hook when they infringe on workers’ rights, while leaving workers unprotected and small businesses holding the bag.
The Gillespie tax plan primarily benefits the wealthy, ignores struggling families, jeopardizes vital services, and will not create jobs or grow the economy.
New census data indicate that the middle class would benefit from stronger unions.
President Trump is spending the majority of August at his golf club in Bedminster, New Jersey, while his golf trips have already cost taxpayers at least $31.65 million.
Workers, taxpayers, and high-road business would lose out if prevailing wage laws were to be repealed.
These so-called reforms would rig the system even further in favor of employers, hurting working Americans.