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We talked about how some enterprising political party could put together an economic agenda that could include something more than the Earned Income Tax Credit and that agenda might include a discussion about why so many people who should be entitled to overtime pay don’t get any. I started thinking about overtime pay because my […]
We talked about how labor unions have been deliberately targeted for extinction and how that has contributed to wage stagnation and income inequality, but labor unions are just one piece of the puzzle. There’s labor unions and then there’s the state side – government regulations and laws that helped create a middle class. The state […]
Here’s a nice story about workers coming together to create a non-state collective alternative to state actions (worker-friendly laws and regulation) for worker protection and negotiation. Those non-state entities are called labor unions, and no one has come up with anything to replace them yet which is probably why they keep rising from the dead […]
We’ve talked about this quite a bit and I’m pleased it’s getting attention: Navarro is at the center of a new collision that pits sophisticated workplace technology against some fundamental requirements of parenting, with particularly harsh consequences for poor single mothers. Along with virtually every major retail and restaurant chain, Starbucks relies on software that […]
The Wisconsin state court said last week that Scott Walker’s voter suppression law was okay as long as Wisconsin somehow figures out “administratively” how to turn it into something other than a poll tax. Free birth certificates for everyone I guess! This is from Justin Levitt writing at Election Law Blog. I did not know […]