By stripping unions of the "fair share" fees that allow all workers to be covered by unions' powerful legal power, SCOTUS has once again left the most vulnerable workers out to dry.
The realms of entertainment and politics dominate the headlines, while sexual harassment and assault of domestic workers goes largely unaddressed.
The labor department knows home care is a real job. But the courts dismantle every small victory, leaving employees overworked, underpaid, and continually fighting for their rights.
Women are working harder and clocking more hours than ever before, with little-to-no paid family or sick leave, or job security. And it can only get worse, unless we make one crucial demand.