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Ensuring equitable and affordable health care for all Americans is one step closer and you can help make it happen.

Our nation's young people are facing an unprecedented mental health crisis.

The AFL-CIO will not be making an early endorsement in the 2020 presidential contest.

There will be no early endorsement of any of the candidates who have announced, Lee Saunders, chair of the federations political committee, told Peoples World, as he arrived in New Orleans for the 2019 winter meeting of the AFL-CIO Executive Council.

The wave of teachers walkouts and strikes for almost a year forced on the workers by penny-pinching and tax-cutting GOP administrations and politicians represent successful examples of community-based action where victories benefit everyone, says Teachers (AFT) President Randi Weingarten.

The President may have been a month late with his FY20 budget owing to the 35-day federal government shutdown, but his proposed slashing of the education budget could have been predicted a year ago, maybe two years ago. That's because it looks a lot like his FY18 and FY19 budget proposals.