Policymakers should heed Wisconsin’s warning—attacks on public-sector workers are harmful for states.
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.
While Trump Was Tweeting: Tracking the Trump Administration’s Attacks on Our Air, Water, and Public Lands
Since taking office in January 2017, the Trump administration has taken dozens of actions to weaken clean air and water protections; block action on climate change; and sell out our public lands to the fossil fuel industry. CAP Action is tracking it all.
Worker Attack Tracker: President Trump is rolling back protections to ensure that Americans can be safe on the job, receive fair pay and benefits, save for retirement, access high-quality training programs, have a voice in their workplace, and not be discriminated against at work.
It is now clear there was collusion between the Trump campaign and the Russian government during the 2016 elections. But to what end? This report lays out what we know about collusion and explores the depths to which it may have gone.
In the next year, seven states will present voters a choice to change direction on climate action and oppose President Donald Trump’s decision to withdraw the United States from the Paris Agreement on climate change.
These so-called reforms would rig the system even further in favor of employers, hurting working Americans.
To help people understand who is undermining the individual insurance market and how they’re doing it, we’re tracking Republican sabotage efforts and their effects.
A national right-to-work law would increase the power of corporations but harm the middle class, workers, and American democracy.
State and local governments have a role to play in rebuilding worker power—which is crucial for fixing our broken economy.