What would really move the needle for U.S. workers? $15 an hour and a union.
The Fight for $15 marks its 4th anniversary today with strikes, protests, and civil disobedience from coast to coast.
The rule would extend overtime pay eligibility to 12.5 million more U.S. workers.
Voters in four states and one city approved ballot measures raising their minimum wages by substantial margins on Election Day 2016.
Too many working people have been left out and left behind, for far too long.
Governor Christie rejected a measure that would have gradually increased the state’s minimum wage to $15.
Voters in Minneapolis will get the option to raise the city's minimum wage to $15 per hour in November.
Let's make sure this new sector of low-wage workers benefits from the success of the $15 movement.