Labor advocates suffered a setback in September when support for a workplace scheduling bill that the retail and restaurant industry opposed fizzled in the eleventh hour.
In this tense election season, some of the important ballot measures happening in states and cities nationwide might not have made it onto your radar, but there are some important ones to watch.
The for-profit prison industry is in trouble. This August the Department of Justice announced that it plans to end all for-profit prison contracts.
New evidence has come to light that Amendment 1 is deliberately misleading.
A conservative women’s political group trying to bridge the gender gap is being accused by a progressive group of breaking federal election law.
While the subprime mortgage crisis remains the epitome of what occurs when greed and corruption go unchecked, a growing number of experts and observers are warning that a new economic scandal is taking shape in the United States.
Freedom Foundation activists tried to talk home-care workers into quitting their union.
A solar power question on the November ballot in Florida has been described by environmentalists as a wolf in sheep’s clothing that could actually harm solar development in the Sunshine State.
Florida’s biggest electric utility companies are backing a proposed constitutional amendment that, the campaign says, “promotes solar in the Sunshine State.”
The Consumer Energy Alliance, a front group for fossil fuel companies and utilities, released a report last month attacking policies that support solar power.