President Biden is using his executive authority to build power and improve the lives of contract workers; he can do even more to raise standards for service workers.
Bringing together representatives of workers, employers, and the public can foster coordinated problem-solving.
By fixing problems in the federal contracting system, the Biden administration can raise standards for millions of workers, provide law-abiding companies the opportunity to compete on an even playing field, and ensure that taxpayers receive good value.
As the nation heads into the final stretch of the 2020 presidential election, it is important to fully assess what is going on in the lives of Puerto Ricans and how these voters view the critical issues facing the country and the island today.
Federal policymakers should take steps to reverse anti-union biases in the U.S. tax code and build power for workers.
As the ongoing coronavirus pandemic makes ensuring voters’ and election workers’ safety even more imperative, fair and inclusive elections must be state officials’ top priority heading into November.
The FBI’s timid investigation into foreign interference during the 2016 election cost them a chance to uncover a conspiracy against American democracy in real time.
While President Trump boasts of creating the “best economy ever,” Wisconsinites are experiencing something far different.
Across U.S. states and the District of Columbia, members of the working class support policies to raise wages, increase taxes on the wealthy, and boost spending on health care, education, and infrastructure.
New CAP Action polling shows that 25 years after the passage of the 1994 crime bill, voters want policymakers to focus more on efforts to enable comprehensive crime prevention and greater fairness in the criminal justice system.