"Congresswoman Rice's about-face on Fast Track is a complete betrayal to all working men and women across this country."
"Since 1978 Missouri has said no to right-to-work and in just a minute I will sign that veto and make sure the voices of Missouri's working people are heard."
On July 1, 2016, the minimum wage will go up to $10.50, and continue to increase gradually until 2020, when it hits $15 an hour.
"To say Illinois legislators are not for the middle class, but for the political class is disingenuous on the part of Gov. Bruce Rauner."
Janitors who clean department stores in the Twin Cities announced two key developments in their campaign for better wages and working conditions.
The North Shore AFL-CIO Federation of Labor has launched a campaign to support the fight against racism.
CEOs of the largest corporations received a 16 percent pay raise in 2014, while the pay gap between CEOs and the typical worker widened to 373-to-1.
Union leaders hailed the Senate vote, which forces senators to postpone the debate on fast-track until after the Memorial Day recess.
The drivers demand that trucking firms recognize them as employees and bargain with them if they select the Teamsters.
"This is a day to protest against bad conditions for working people and join together to fight for a better world."