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Thousands of federal employees protested at the Hart Senate Office Building in Washington, D.C., this week, holding aloft empty plates during 33 minutes of silence—one minute for each day of the government shutdown. Some plates carried the message, “Will work for pay.” Unions representing the 800,000 federal workers...

In the midst of the longest government shutdown in history, U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown this week launched a “Dignity of Work” listening tour. The Democratic senator who just won reelection by nearly seven points in the red state of Ohio explained the concept to reporters: “Dignity...

Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer are fighting to end the partial government shutdown – or as some see it, the “showdown” between them and the president – and they are winning. I am not alone in this opinion. The numbers back it up. Polls show the...

It’s that time of the year—the most wonderful time of the year, the hap-happiest season of all. There’ll be parties for hosting, marshmallows for toasting and utility repair workers out in the snow. It’s great, all right. You know what would make it better, though? Eight...

The total number of workers at risk is 1.2 million. In my union, the United Steelworkers (USW), 100,000 are threatened. Daryl A. Bugbee of Olivet, Michigan, is one of them. He wrote Congress’ Joint Select Committee on Multiemployer Pensions on August 8: “I am the father of...

The voter turnout last Tuesday was historic—the highest in half a century; nearly half of the eligible electorate participated, an amazing number for a midterm. The United States Election Project [3] estimates turnout at 49.2 percent. How high would it have risen sans voter suppression—55 percent, 60 percent? Who might...