It’s been almost 70 years since President Franklin D. Roosevelt put forth his proposal for an economic Bill of Rights. It was a simple idea that “true individual freedom cannot exist without economic security and independence.” Flash forward to today and things haven’t changed much for working families since Roosevelt’s proposal. Income inequality continues to grow. Wages have declined. Access to quality education is narrowing. At the same time, extreme politicians are trying to limit the right to vote for millions of Americans. Big Business and right-wing billionaires also are flooding our electoral process with cash to further policies that only benefit them. It’s time we took a stand.