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OPINION: Congressional relief bill is an important step toward addressing the...

By THEA M. LEE Congress passed a $900 billion relief and recovery package last week that provides long-overdue relief to millions of working people, including...

OPINION: The People’s Republic of Missouri

By GLENN KOENEN Before the election, Republicans all across the state lambasted most every Democrat as a “socialist” or “communist.” New York Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez...

Our democracy’s near-death experience

Now is no time for complacency By SUSAN E. RICE It appears that our democracy dodged a bullet — or, more precisely, multiple concerted efforts by...

OPINION: It’s time for the Democrats to deliver for workers. Fighting...

By JIM WILLIAMS, JR. General Vice President International Union of Painters and Allied Trades The last four years have represented a pivotal moment for Organized Labor. My...

OPINION: Trump betrays his promise to protect and fight for U.S....

By DR. LAWRENCE WITTNER Campaigning for the presidency in 2016, Donald Trump promised that, if he was elected, “American worker will finally have a president...

OPINION: The news media’s blind spots covering the working class

(EDITOR’S NOTE: At the Labor Tribune, we take pride in sharing Labor’s stories. We see our work as a mission because, too often, the...

OPINION: ATU’s progressive Labor leader Larry Hanley gave maximum effort for...

Fought to level up those on the bottom, establish ‘maximum wage’ for those at the top By SAM PIZZIGATI Editor, Too Much Larry Hanley, the national union...