The Virginia governor obviously hasn’t come close to processing his own experience with race. It’d be nice to say this makes him unusual in the South.
It’s not just effects on employers. If someone’s pay suddenly doubles, she may lose rental assistance, child care subsidies, and more.
Under Maryland law, ex-felons can’t vote even while on probation and parole. That soaks up lots of minor offenders and can last years.
Hillary wasn’t cool in 2008. Now that she’s eight years older, can she be cool this time around? Compared to the likely opposition, yes.
It wasn’t just Wal-Mart; thousands of regular Arkansans signed anti-RFRA petitions. All is not lost, even in the Ozarks.
So the Lean In author speaks chiefly to elite women. And what’s wrong with that, exactly? They face discrimination too.
Under the banner of fighting “fraud,” Republicans are out to slash federal dollars that support people who’ve been injured at work. Nice.
Will big service industry corporations finally be held accountable for the money they cheat from their employees?
Those 529 college plans actually don’t help the middle class very much. But the people they do help have all the political muscle.
The Democrats are getting populist, which is nice. But will it be enough to lure the millions who don’t vote to the polls?