Unions make workers strong. The PRO Act makes unions strong. So why isn’t Congress passing it?

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This is a story about striking workers in Kansas.

This is a story about the importance of unions.

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Skylar Baker-Jordan has been writing about UK and US politics and culture for more than a decade. His work has appeared at The Independent, Salon, and elsewhere

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Skylar Baker-Jordan has been writing about UK and US politics and culture for more than a decade. His work has appeared at The Independent, Salon, and elsewhere

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