The old appeal policy left hundreds of thousands of coal miners, disabled from black lung disease, usually without a penny of benefits before they died.
Some firms have incentivized advisers to steer clients into products that have higher fees and lower returns, costing American families an estimated $17 billion a year,
Over 20,000 janitors statewide call for a strike against unfair labor practices by janitorial companies who contract with some of the most high-priced real estate owners.
"Too many workers remain at serious risk of injury, illness or death. There is much more work to be done."
OSHA's role needs strengthening, because "even as a union officer, I'm not that well-protected," said one worker.
Somali and Oromo bus drivers have filed charges against two Twin Cities bus companies.
"Contract workers are most frequently assigned to the most hazardous jobs, and employers are not meeting their legal obligations to provide safe working conditions."
Members of USW Local 1999 will take the fight to save their jobs to the streets with a march and rally at the Indiana State Capitol.
Worried union leaders say many members feel "outshouted" by powerful political voices and are showing anger by backing extreme candidates.
Clinton's passion for workers' causes, from project labor agreements to being their advocate in the White House, excited the audience.