A coalition of workers' rights and progressive groups pushed the ordinance through the council, over the usual business opposition.
The new law protects poor women, women of color, and transgender individuals from discrimination.
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,
Uber and Lyft undercut taxis while underpaying drivers and refusing to pick up workplace expenses.
A new "right-to-work" bill and an "unemployment reform" bill would make Ohio the "worst state in the union for unemployed workers."
NEA, AFT, and AFSA lobbied their lawmakers long and hard to change the No Child Left Behind law.
"It's the height of hypocrisy to accept voluntary contributions from hardworking union members and then turn their backs on the unions."
Thousands of retired Teamsters have been blasted this month by major cuts to their pensions.
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.
Trumka says a wide-ranging coalition has already formed and is growing, to stop the scheme.