3 UFC Champions Join Attempt to Form Fighters Association

December 1, 2016

Former champions Georges St. Pierre, Cain Velasquez and T.J. Dillashaw are taking on the UFC in an attempt to form a mixed martial arts fighters association. The fighters hope to persuade the rest of the UFC’s talent to join them in unified negotiation […]

Hogler: Why America’s Labor Unions are About to Die

November 30, 2016

“It’s a sad twist of irony that Trump’s election and Republican dominance across the country may finally destroy once and for all the institution most responsible for working- and middle-class prosperity. It will likely be a three-punch fight, ending with […]

EPI: Ruling Against Overtime is Wrong in So Many Ways

November 30, 2016

“Judge Amos Mazzant’s opinion to block the Department of Labor’s new overtime rule is poorly reasoned and factually inaccurate,” writes Ross Eisenberry for The Economic Policy Institute. “Judge Mazzant does not know the history of the […]

Workers Put the Minimum Wage Back in the Spotlight

November 29, 2016

A new report from the National Employment Law Project, a liberal worker-advocacy organization, tries to quantify the movement’s impact. The report estimates that nearly 17 million Americans have gotten raises under the various […]

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