Union Members and Families
  • Meet Romney's latest right-wing endorser, John Kasich

    Mitt Romney has added another Tea Party governor to his list of endorsements, and this time, it's Ohio Gov. John Kasich. Kasich gained national notoriety last year when he led the charge to strip Ohio workers of their collective bargaining rights—an anti-union effort to which Romney gladly lent his support.

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  • Last night

    Last night's election results were a wholesale repudiation of extreme and divisive Republican policies, from immigration and women's reproductive rights to ballot access and the treatment of public employees.

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  • News roundup: October 27, 2011

    Today's headlines find that President Obama is polling stronger than the Republican candidates in the important swing state of Ohio—and leading Republican lawmakers are worried about their party's candidates.

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  • Mitt Romney's flip-flop-flip

    In one of the most striking examples of Romney's lack of core convictions, Mitt Romney is backtracking on his comments in Ohio yesterday that he didn't have a position on Ohio's union-busting law.

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  • Chrysler Announces Loan Repayment, Another Payoff of President Obama’s Investment

    In a wire transfer this morning, the Chrysler Group paid back $7.5 billion in government loans it received from the U.S. and Canadian governments. It’s a success story few expected. In 2008, the auto industry was on the brink of collapse and the jobs of thousands of Americans were at stake. President Obama chose an alternate outcome, directing the federal government to back the loans that gave America’s car companies the lifeline they needed.

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