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President Obama’s proposal to index minimum wage to inflation would be good for America’s economy — and its hardest workers
The weakness of labor hurts all employees in every sector
Americans should recognize that guaranteeing paid sick days to workers would help moderate the impact of influenza and other contagious diseases
It’s a legitimate question, but more important is whether his policies have helped women get hired outside the White House
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Pension reform will help cities balance budgets, but will their schools still be able to attract talented teachers?
Like it or not (I don’t), we need a manufacturing policy to stay competitive
There’s never been a better time to ask whether chasing the dream of growth has already turned into a nightmare