Even among some Democrats.
By understanding how women's health care issues affect the working world, we can begin to address the coverage inequalities that persist. I sat down with my colleague NOW President Terry O'Neill to discuss the challenges facing women today when it comes to healthcare, and the options for doing better in 2016.
"A woman's rights affect everyone's rights. This is happening in sectors where people think it's not -- like manufacturing, where women might get only $11-12 an hour. Collaboration is important, and women need to come together. We also need men supporting this."
"I'm focusing on working harder on my schooling. I'm hoping that my degree will continue to help me to raise my financial
The group says it plans to make more than 5 million phone calls to voters in those states, in addition to adding field organizers
But Robert Laszewski, a health policy consultant and former insurance industry executive, suggests that the money could be
Who wouldn't like to believe that a more exciting convention format prefigures a major turning point for labor?
For workers in America, it can be hard to know where to turn when a boss pays you late or not at all, doesn't provide benefits, or just yells at you for no good reason. That's why a Working America launched a website last month that makes it easy to get that kind of information.
Kush also apologized, telling McKay, "It was in ill-fated attempt at humor, on my personal page, not the county party’s page