News Releases | August 1, 2017

Civil Rights & Worker Rights Groups Seek to Defend Landmark EEOC Criminal Records Guidance in Texas Federal Lawsuit

The EEOC’s common-sense guidance encourages fair consideration of all qualified job applicants.

Blog | July 28, 2017

Horrendous Health Care Bill Finally Dies in a Week of Attacks on Working Families

Trump’s sorry record looks more and more like business as usual.

News Releases | July 27, 2017

On House Republicans’ Bill to Take Away ‘Joint Employment’ Legal Protections from Outsourced Workers

Companies that call the shots at a workplace should be accountable for how the workers there are treated.

Commentary | July 25, 2017

Congress, Raise the Minimum Wage Rather Than Take Away Healthcare

Imagine if Republicans put as much effort into raising worker pay as they have into gutting healthcare.

News Releases | July 25, 2017

NELP Supports $15 Minimum Wage in Montgomery County & Gradual Elimination of Tipped Subminimum Wage

Today, the Montgomery County Council introduced a bill to raise the county’s wage floor to $15 by 2020 or 2022.

News Releases | July 25, 2017

On the Labor Department’s Regrettable Move to Revisit the Overtime Rule

Taking away overtime pay is no way to help working people.

Commentary | July 25, 2017

Minimum Wage Hike Alarmists Are Wrong

By all real-world measures, Seattle’s phase-in of a $15 minimum wage is working.

News Releases | July 24, 2017

Eight Years Since Last Federal Minimum Wage Increase, 21 States Remain Stuck at $7.25

20.7 million workers in these 21 states would benefit from raising the federal wage floor to $15 by 2024.

Press Clips | July 20, 2017

Trump Administration Cancels Hundreds of Obama-era Regulations

The Trump administration’s regulatory rollbacks deemphasize projects that help workers.

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