In defending its voter-suppression law in court, Pennsylvania isn’t even going to bother arguing that there’s a problem it fixes.
The Justice Department is looking into whether Pennsylvania’s law violates civil rights.
Florida’s former Republican governor, Charlie Crist, says these laws endanger a precious right of participation in response to “contrived threats.”
Ten great reasons to protest Hyatt’s mistreatment of its workers.
A look at the companies who are pushing down wages even as profits rise.
If they could get away with it, they wouldn’t pay you at all.
Thanks to three years of inaction, the minimum wage is declining in value.
Activists are pushing for a minimum wage increase.
The president of the U.S. Women’s Chamber of Commerce wants a higher minimum wage, too.
Checking in on the Medicaid expansion with a great interactive map. Where does your state stand?
Related: the Congressional Budget Office evaluates the effect of the Supreme Court’s Affordable Care Act decision.
“The debate in Washington about economic policy is phony. It’s manufactured…Angry Republicans have pushed their representatives to adopt positions that are at odds with the best of modern economic thinking. “
And, finally, can’t make this up: Sen. Jon Kyl (R-AZ) indignantly declares that Obama talks “incessantly” about the middle class.