The Department of Labor finalized its rule to ban pay secrecy in federal contract workplaces, protecting millions of workers.
Low wage jobs are often marked by work scheduling policies and practices that pose challenges for workers.
Millions of women are working long hours for little pay, but outdated regulations deny them the overtime protections they deserve.
Medicaid provides low-income women with essential health insurance coverage and plays a critically important role in advancing women’s economic security.
Millions of women find it hard to make ends meet due to unpredictable work schedules. But a bill before Congress could change that.
The Senate voted to reauthorize a key education bill, but it fails to safeguard the right of all children to a quality education.
A bill introduced in the House would ensure that politicians can no longer deny abortion coverage to low-income women.
In a landmark decision, the Supreme Court declared all same-sex marriage bans to be unconstitutional.
The Supreme Court hands down a decision in King v. Burwell that allows 3.5 million women to keep tax credits to make their health coverage affordable.
This report cites examples demonstrating how this Supreme Court decision and the law underlying it has been misused in attempts to shirk legal obligations.