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How The Labor Movement Is Thinking Ahead To a Post-Trump World

Rachel M. Cohen The Intercept
Just over 10 percent of workers are unionized, down from 35 percent in the mid-1950s. Potentially, though, a wave of Democratic victories in 2018 and 2020 could give labor groups a chance to turn things around. With an eye toward that moment, labor’s leading strategists are coming together to build a program that avoids the mistakes of the past.

Let's Think Big: The Tax Reform We Need

Thea Lee and Hunter Blair Democracy
Here's how we could raise more money from those who have the most and invest it social insurance, public investments, and safety nets that would make the vast majority of Americans richer.

Mounting GOP Retirements Threaten House Majority

Jonathan Easley and Scott Wong The Hill
Trump's approval rating is at historic lows for a first-term president, and the party that controls the White House almost always loses seats in midterm elections. The GOP held on to four House seats in special elections this year that took place in red districts, but Tuesday's shellacking at the polls is more in line with how many political observers believe 2018 will shake out.


McDonald's Labor Abuses and the GOP

Thor Benson Working In These Times
If successful, the bill would mark a historic shift in labor law. Millions of low-wage workers across the country would be directly impacted, losing a key mechanism to protect their rights on the job, while corporations which regularly escape liability would gain protections.

Obamacare Is Only 'Exploding' in Red States

Dean Baker Los Angeles Times
Because Republicans have been so successful in keeping many of their residents from getting insurance, they think the country should trust them to overhaul heath care.

Ryan's Rush to Strip Health Care

Seth Meyers takes a closer look at the House Republicans' rush to strip health insurance from millions of Americans, without knowing what's in it.


How Democrats Lost Union Workers

Chuck Jones Huffington Post
A map of Indiana can show you what went wrong for the Democratic Party and what’s going wrong for the country.
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