Domestic workers were excluded from the 1935 National Labor Relations Act. Colorado joins a few states that give rights to domestic workers (including people who care for children, tend gardens and clean other people’s homes).
The battle for labor law reform has historically been one of the most difficult in US politics. Passing the PRO Act is crucial — but workers may not be able to win it without flexing their strike muscles.
Moderators Note: This Portside Labor moderator does not agree with the following proposal by Andy Stern and Eli Lehrer. I do believe that the left in the labor movement needs to know what schemes conservatives are proposing, especially when it comes from a former "labor leader".