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Labor and workplace reporter for NY Times. Ex-TNR. Author of The Escape Artists, book on Obama admin & economy. noamscheiber@gmail.com

Public Pension Cuts Exempt Police and Firefighters

cnbc.com — In 2011, Gov. Scott Walker of Wisconsin introduced a bill that would roll back collective bargaining rights for government workers and require them to contribute more toward their own pensions and health coverage. He excluded police officers and firefighters from the legislation, known as Act 10, which he signed the following month.

T-Mobile Policy Violated Labor Law, Judge Rules

nytimes.com — A National Labor Relations Board judge ruled on Wednesday that the personnel policies of the wireless carrier T-Mobile violate United States labor law by restricting workers' ability to organize, setting a potentially important precedent for unions.

Police Officers and Firefighters Are Exceptions to New Public Sector Rules

nytimes.com — In recent weeks, Gov. Bruce Rauner of Illinois has traveled the state promoting his proposal for more than $2 billion in cuts to pensions for public employees. All public employees, that is, except police officers and firefighters.

Crecimiento del empleo para hispanos supera al de otros grupos en Estados Unidos

nytimes.com — WASHINGTON - La economía estadounidense sumó casi 300 mil empleos en febrero, así que es evidente que el mercado laboral está de buena racha. Quizá sorprendentemente no hay un grupo para el cual eso sea más cierto que para los hispanos.

Job Growth for Hispanics Is Outpacing Other Groups

nytimes.com — WASHINGTON - With the economy adding nearly 300,000 jobs in February, it's clear that the labor market is on a roll. And, perhaps surprisingly, there is no group for whom that is truer than Hispanics. Employment among Hispanics has increased 5 percent over the last 12 months, according to the Labor Department, compared with 3.8 percent for blacks and 1.4 percent for whites.

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Ted Strickland Lost-But He Proved That Populism Could Have Saved the Democrats

newrepublic.com — Guest post by Noam Scheiber:] For months now, a variety of left-leaning pundits have warned Democrats to strike a more populist tone if they want to survive politically. Unless your definition of "survive" is pretty liberal, it's hard to argue that Democrats accomplished that last night (though losing control of the Senate would obviously have been much worse).

De Blasio, Obama and a Flawed Vision of Liberalism

nytimes.com — MAYOR BILL DE BLASIO recently got some good news in his standoff with the Police Department. In the first major poll conducted after the high-profile murder of two patrolmen, 69 percent of New Yorkers said they objected to police officers' turning their backs on the mayor at their colleagues' funerals, while 77 percent rejected a union boss's accusation that the mayor shared blame for the deaths.

Obama Inauguration 2013 Speech: He Was Always a Liberal, But Now He's Defending Liberalism

newrepublic.com — Much of the reaction to the president's speech so far has taken the form: He used to be obsessed with processwith driving the rancor and cynicism out of politics-whereas today he set aside the procedural mumbo-jumbo and tipped his ideological hand. As James Fallows put it: "[I]t's almost as if he ...

Meet Tommy Goldstein

newrepublic.com — Over the last three decades, the legal system has undergone a dramatic democratization process. Every jealous ex-wife, aggrieved former burger-flipper, and small-town whiplash victim now has access to legal talent, and four of the most common words on television are "have you been injured?" But only recently has democracy finally come to the Supreme Court.
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Mar 26, 2015

Great @jonathanweisman get abt the clause in emerging trade deal that would let foreign co's seek damages for US regs nytimes.com/2015/03/26/bus…

Mar 24, 2015

Hillary on ed reform gets at 2 key dynamics: 1. Wall St v unions 2. At some pt Hillary has to piss someone off. Who? nytimes.com/2015/03/25/us/…

Mar 24, 2015

Very helpful piece about the context for Hillary's remarks on social mobility yesterday: washingtonpost.com/blogs/wonkblog…

Mar 23, 2015

Ted Cruz probably wouldn't be eligible to serve as president under his own interpretation of the constitution: newrepublic.com/article/113135…

Mar 22, 2015

So satisfying when the ugly stepsister takes down the in-state powerhouse.

Mar 21, 2015

“Unless they get the crazy lefty money machine going nationally, it’s not going to matter," Rahm adviser tells NYT, triggering money machine

Mar 21, 2015

Also just about the time for Georgetown to make it's annual exit from the tournament.

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