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  • OSHA’s silica regulations will save construction workers’ lives

    How can The Hill run an op-ed about an OSHA standard that never once mentions the fact that the substance the Occupational Safety and Health Administration is regulating — silica — kills or cripples thousands of workers every year? 

    Pamela Volm, the national chair of the Associated...

  • Exposing Broadwater’s hypocrisy

    In his June 17 Congress Blog post published by The Hill, “2016 candidates must address high poverty rates among immigrant communities,” Tom Broadwater claims that he is concerned about the impact of immigration on “disadvantaged American communities.” The Hill’s readers deserve enough...

  • Rubio’s Cuba views at odds with young Hispanic-Americans

    As a young Hispanic-American, I am deeply concerned and saddened about the position Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) has taken in response to President Obama’s decision to thaw relations between our country and Cuba — mainly that he, if given the opportunity, would continue to implement...

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  • Investing in what works for our kids

    Across the country, there are brilliant students, dedicated teachers and groundbreaking schools making real progress. 

  • Congress must not reverse course on education

    The next chapter in the story of American education is about to be written.

  • Another looming crisis: Social Security Disability Insurance

    The SSDI program was designed as a safety net to protect the most vulnerable in our society, but over time, the program has been fraught with inaccuracies and fraud.