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Educators in North Carolina are part of a nationwide struggle for the survival of public schools and for the children and families who rely on it. I'm proud to fight with them to make high-quality public education a right, not a privilege.
California: if you aren't registered to vote and you want to push our movement forward, don't worry. California has same-day voter registration. Go to your voting center to get registered and cast your vote in this critical election. Visit http://berniesanders.com/california to learn more.
Is raising the minimum wage to $15/hour radical? Is making sure kids can get a higher education radical? Is making health care a right like every other major country radical? Is addressing the existential threat of climate change radical? The American people don't think so.
My family spent $15,000 on childcare in 2017. That’s more than a year’s tuition at UNC-CH. All children deserve access to high-quality childcare, and all childcare workers deserve living wages and healthy working conditions. Here’s how we get there:
We do not need a nominee who profits from private equity vultures and the destruction of the planet. We need someone who is willing to stand up for workers and will stop the greed of the fossil fuel industry. Unlike Mr. Bloomberg, as president, that's exactly what I will do.
🚨ACTION ALERT: Stand with Denver airport workers fighting for their jobs and their union. ▶️ Learn more and sign the petition here: http://bit.ly/DENworkersunited …
In 2010, I had good union health insurance. Obamacare was the law of the land. In November that yr my 1yo son was struck by a careless driver in a crosswalk. After two surgeries and a night in intensive care, he died.
This thread shows why we cannot maintain the status quo of our profit-driven health care system. Even "good" insurance doesn't protect Americans from the endless greed of private health insurance companies. We must end this inhumanity and pass Medicare for All.