When's the last time a presidential hopeful walked a picket line?
"AFSCME members want a candidate who is committed to fixing our out-of-balance economy and raising incomes for working people."
The Fairness Project was launched today to help raise the minimum wage through ballot initiatives in states, cities, and counties across the nation.
Clinton and Sanders largely agree on issues ranging from labor law reform to rebuilding infrastructure to changing education law.
The endorsement came after Clinton - and only Clinton - addressed the NEA's board for an hour and a half.
The bill allows workers to unionize through a simple majority card-check vote and ensures that companies can't stop a union from forming by denying a first contract.
Carpenters president Douglas McCarron introduced Clinton as "the next president of the United States."
Sanders knows his campaign is not about him; it's about all of us, and it will take all of us to change the course of history. It's time to start now.
Add New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie to the lengthening list of GOP presidential hopefuls who are open and vocal union-bashers.
Democratic presidential contender Hillary Clinton supports comprehensive labor law reform, and she says she really means it.