News Releases | May 23, 2017

NELP Blasts Trump Administration’s Proposed Budget

The Trump budget will hurt working people and their families, not help them.

News Releases | May 23, 2017

On Labor Secretary Acosta Announcing No Further Delay of the Conflict of Interest (Fiduciary) Rule

The DOL has made the right choice in deciding not to further delay this important protection for America’s workers.

News Releases | May 23, 2017

Trump’s Parental Leave Proposal Fails Working Families

Trump’s proposal fails to deliver even a basic package of benefits needed for today’s working families to meet everyday challenges.

Blog | May 19, 2017

Missouri Lawmakers to Lowest-Paid Workers in St. Louis: We’re Taking Back Your Raises

Republican lawmakers to St. Louis workers: Remember that pay raise we said you could have? We’re taking it back.

News Releases | May 16, 2017

On Possible Appointment of Curtis Ellis to Head DOL’s Bureau of Int’l Labor Affairs

Mr. Ellis has a long, well-documented history of extreme and xenophobic comments.

News Releases | May 15, 2017

NELP Applauds Federal Legislation on Accurate Workplace Safety Records

It would restore OSHA’s ability to sanction larger employers in the most dangerous industries for hiding serious workplace injuries.

Commentary | May 8, 2017

Pension Savers Need Straight Advice. Why the Delay?

Retirement savers have a right to know whose side their financial advisers are on.

Commentary | May 4, 2017

Why Are We Attacking ‘Obama Holdovers’ in the Government?

The implication that any president should get his/her “own” career staff sends a chilling threat to the civil service.

News Releases | May 4, 2017

On St. Louis Minimum Wage Increase Taking Effect After Two Year Delay

After two year delay, injunction blocking city minimum wage increase is lifted.

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