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Michigan Democrats form task force to crack down on child labor violations

Michigan Democrats form task force to crack down on child labor violations

By Matt Cohen - July 27, 2023
U.S. unemployment falls to 54-year low under Biden

U.S. unemployment falls to 54-year low under Biden

By Oliver Willis - May 05, 2023
Senate Republicans attack Biden’s labor secretary pick over meetings with unions

Senate Republicans attack Biden’s labor secretary pick over meetings with unions

By Josh Israel - April 21, 2023
Inflation falls after Biden takes actions to increase fuel supply & address supply chain

Inflation falls after Biden takes actions to increase fuel supply & address supply chain

By Oliver Willis - August 10, 2022
US employers add 528,000 jobs; unemployment falls to 3.5%

US employers add 528,000 jobs; unemployment falls to 3.5%

By Associated Press - August 05, 2022
Fewer Americans applied for jobless benefits last week

Fewer Americans applied for jobless benefits last week

By Associated Press - July 30, 2022
US jobless claims drop to 52-year low amid seasonal volatility

US jobless claims drop to 52-year low amid seasonal volatility

By Associated Press - December 09, 2021
Texas governor falsely claims vaccine mandates will shut down businesses

Texas governor falsely claims vaccine mandates will shut down businesses

By Josh Israel - September 16, 2021
‘We are essential’: Health workers demand Congress pass home care investment package

‘We are essential’: Health workers demand Congress pass home care investment package

By Jacob Gardenswartz - July 14, 2021
Looks like $1,400 relief checks GOP voted against are helping economy soar

Looks like $1,400 relief checks GOP voted against are helping economy soar

By Emily Singer - April 15, 2021
Boston makes history with its first Black female mayor

Boston makes history with its first Black female mayor

By Associated Press - March 24, 2021
Experts say rushing to reopen businesses won’t magically fix the economy

Experts say rushing to reopen businesses won’t magically fix the economy

By Donna Provencher - March 18, 2021
Will the job market ever be the same again?

Will the job market ever be the same again?

By Associated Press - March 13, 2021
Americans filed 1.2 million new jobless claims last week. These Democrats want to help.

Americans filed 1.2 million new jobless claims last week. These Democrats want to help.

By Donna Provencher - March 04, 2021
GOP lawmakers are attacking workers’ rights — and they’re bragging about it

GOP lawmakers are attacking workers’ rights — and they’re bragging about it

By Donna Provencher - March 02, 2021
Biden nominates first Asian American woman as deputy labor secretary

Biden nominates first Asian American woman as deputy labor secretary

By Amy Lieu - February 11, 2021
Trump wraps up his war on workers with new rule to deny fair pay to journalists

Trump wraps up his war on workers with new rule to deny fair pay to journalists

By Emily Singer - January 19, 2021
Asian Americans disappointed about lack of representation in Biden Cabinet

Asian Americans disappointed about lack of representation in Biden Cabinet

By Amy Lieu - January 08, 2021
Trump uses his last few weeks in office to target LGBTQ workers

Trump uses his last few weeks in office to target LGBTQ workers

By Casey Quinlan - December 09, 2020
America’s biggest unions get ready to fight Trump if he refuses to concede

America’s biggest unions get ready to fight Trump if he refuses to concede

By Daniel Boguslaw - October 23, 2020
Trump’s latest move to hurt farmworkers could put money in his own pocket

Trump’s latest move to hurt farmworkers could put money in his own pocket

By Amy Lieu - October 19, 2020
Another 1.1 million US workers have lost their jobs as virus continues

Another 1.1 million US workers have lost their jobs as virus continues

By Associated Press - August 20, 2020
Federal safety recommendations for meatpacking workers can’t be enforced

Federal safety recommendations for meatpacking workers can’t be enforced

By Associated Press - May 23, 2020
New Labor Department rule would let restaurants pay workers less

New Labor Department rule would let restaurants pay workers less

By Josh Israel - October 08, 2019
Trump administration says states can waste money drug-testing the unemployed

Trump administration says states can waste money drug-testing the unemployed

By Josh Israel - October 03, 2019
Labor Department’s new rule would let employers claim ‘religious liberty’ to ban gay people

Labor Department’s new rule would let employers claim ‘religious liberty’ to ban gay people

By Lisa Needham - August 15, 2019

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