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The efforts to retake Wisconsin, which Trump won by 23,000 votes, include new investments in field organizing and a targeted focus on communities of color.
Nevada and Delaware passed laws this summer giving public-sector workers the right to collectively bargain. Colorado is expected to follow suit next year.
Gig economy workers who support the legislation view it as a necessary step toward their ability to collectively organize. Uber and Lyft want a workaround.
Incumbent Democrats are lashing out. To get a sense of why, the case of Columbus, Ohio, is instructive.
Sanders is a longtime proponent of taxing the country’s worst polluters, but he’s said very little about a carbon tax on the 2020 campaign trail.