Changing the landscape of poverty and inequality calls for increased public benefits paid for with tax revenues.
Passed last November, Prop 22 let companies evade labor rights by classifying workers as independent contractors.
For decades, many localities have preferred to cut taxes and defer needed improvements to infrastructure.
CEOs at the largest publicly traded companies earned, on average, 351 times as much as the typical worker.
The administration is simplifying an existing program that allows totally disabled people to have student debt forgiven.
Some business owners used a loophole in the Trump tax cut to reclassify their wages as profit, reducing their tax bill.
The labor board’s recommendation for a rerun election is no guarantee against renewed anti-union activities by Amazon.
Corporate investors have been buying up homes from landlords unable to maintain their properties without rental income.
The millions spent on campaign donations and lobbying for the cuts are minuscule compared with the savings of the rich.
Rating systems have penalized Ethiopia and Morocco for seeking increases to public spending or debt relief amid COVID.