The upward redistribution of income has cost Americans workers $50 trillion over the past several decades. On average, extreme inequality is costing the median income full-time worker about $42,000 a year.
The bill, sponsored by Sen. Bernie Sanders and Rep. Pramila Jayapal, would take effect immediately and remain in place until the HSS Secretary certifies to Congress that a FDA-approved coronavirus vaccine is widely available
Nearly two in five women of reproductive age may face restricted access to...abortion, contraception and sterilization, because they...live in a county where Catholic hospitals make up a high share of the market...
Alex Matthews, Laurel Lucia, and Dave Graham-Squire
UC Berkeley Labor Center
For family coverage, the average premium was $20,843, equivalent to $10 per hour worked for a full-time worker—just two dollars less per hour than California’s current $12 minimum wage for employers with more than 25 workers.