Hundreds of thousands will join nationwide actions on April 4 under the banner "We Are One" to fight for all working people.
The California State Senate honored the legendary labor leader by approving legislation for farm workers seeking union representation.
It all started with something Betty Dukes didn't do in 1998 at a Wal-Mart store in Pittsburg, Calif. She didn't come back late from lunch.
"In the past year the Affordable Care Act has benefited me and 72,000 other Missourians," Joyce Clark said cheerfully yesterday.
The legislature is grappling with budget deficits estimated at $5.1 billion, yet ballot initiatives pushed through by Republican extremists last November block every measure to increase revenues.
AFSCME president Gerald McEntee has called upon the House Speaker John Boehner to "stop using violent metaphors and demonizing public employees."
A specter is haunting Americans. About one in 10 of them.
Women are calling Republican budget cuts and attacks on public employees a double-barreled "war on women."
Despite weeks, if not months, of labor negotiations between NFL owners and players, the nation's most popular sport could see its first shutdown in 24 years.
March 12 the big tractors thundered into Madison, Wisconsin.