Jesse Lee on the State of the Union
This week, Daniella speaks with Jesse Lee, senior adviser for communications at the White House National Economic Council, about President Joe Biden’s first State of the Union address.
What’s Trending? Inflation and Greedy CEOs
Worker Boards Across the Country Are Empowering Workers and Implementing Workforce Standards Across Industries
Worker boards have achieved real momentum in the United States, with four states and three local governments enacting laws since 2018 that bring workers and employers together to recommend standards.
What’s the Point? On the economy: Why things may be going well but voters don’t feel it.
A Path Forward on Build Back Better
Reviving Build Back Better requires Democrats to focus on the elements that will lower costs for American families and that can secure the necessary votes in Congress.
Congress must deliver on bipartisan infrastructure promises to workers with these two steps
Karla Walter writes about how Congress can create good infrastructure jobs for American workers.
House Majority Whip James E. Clyburn on Voting Rights, the Supreme Court, and More
This week on “The Tent,” House Majority Whip James E. Clyburn (D-SC) joins Daniella to discuss the path forward on voting rights and the president’s economic and climate agenda.
Strategies To Build Worker Power in Maine
Maine policymakers can improve the state’s economy and democracy by enacting these 10 recommendations to build worker power.
Federal Contractors Are Violating Workers’ Rights and Harming the U.S. Government
New analysis from the Center for American Progress Action Fund finds that government contractors that break workplace laws frequently perform poorly and waste public resources.