A broader appeal could have resulted in a win for nurses and patients
There was no way I was going to criticize Question 1, prosaically dubbed the Nurse-Patient Assignment Limits ...
No sooner did the Supreme Judicial Court shoot down the “millionaires’ tax” referendum question last week than the Mass ... read more
The Fair Share Amendment—better known as the “millionaires’ tax”—that would have gone before voters this November as a statewide referendum question ... read more
“I am fighting for a decent paycheck. I never thought I would be in the streets protesting, but I can’t survive on what I make now.”
What doesn't make sense is why SEIU pulled out 500 people onto a chilly windswept hill in suburban New Hampshire to protest for a laudable reform that their chosen presidential candidate, Hillary Clinton, absolutely does not support.
New Hampshire activists ask for “platform based on community’s needs”
FALL BACK, PROTESTS AHEAD: OCTOBER IS FOR ACTIVISM
"We don't want a favor. We want to work to bring ourselves out of poverty."
“When we were out collecting signatures, you’d run into people who’d be like, ‘I have earned sick time … doesn’t everybody?”