The U.S. Supreme Court has handed a judicial win - even if only in one big city - to the "Fight for 15 and a union" movement.
"Too many workers remain at serious risk of injury, illness or death. There is much more work to be done."
"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.
Over the past year, U.S. Steel has announced hundreds of layoffs in its workforce across the country.
April 1 is likely to go down in history as unions and community organizations representing people from all walks of life stage strikes and actions from one end of the city to the other.
"They've been treating the workforce like something they can just ignore."
An interview with Theresa King, the first woman ever to be elected as President of the Florida Building and Construction Trades.
The federation is holding off on an endorsement at this time while some of its unions work for Clinton and others for Sanders.
The point is to make violations of job safety more costly to errant companies, hopefully deterring the firms from breaking the law in the first place.