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The debate in Wisconsin doesn’t just apply to union members and public workers—it applies to every American who cares about our fundamental rights as citizens.
The latest from the ongoing protests in the Badger State.
What happened inside the Wisconsin capitol when protesters were told they'd have to leave.
How Americans across professions, religions, and states are uniting in opposition to Wisconsin’s anti-union bill—and cultivating a movement that reaches far beyond the state border.
Glenn Beck thinks the spread of protests is a little too convenient. But this is what happens when ordinary people discover their power.
Meet the people making history in Wisconsin.
Van Jones: Our country needs a national movement to defend the American Dream itself. And the fight in Wisconsin creates the opportunity to build one.
Video: What's it like in the Wisconsin capitol?
"We're just trying to have a society here"—and more of the best signs and slogans from the workers' protests in Wisconsin.
It took a while, but Wisconsin shows that the poor and middle class of the U.S. may be ready to push back. Madison may be only the beginning.
As Wisconsin’s public workers fight to keep their wages and bargaining rights, they’re joined by others involved in a labor struggle: their Super Bowl champion neighbors.
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