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    • 09-21-11 NELP releases report on Michigan proposals to cut state's unemployment insurance payments for low- and mid-wage workers and reduce eligibility for program. Read More
    • 09-21-11 NELP joins members of Congress to receive 250,000 petitions calling for end to hiring policies that discriminate against unemployed. Read More
    • 09-20-11 Seattle joins Connecticut, Washington DC, and San Francisco in passing law requiring from 5 to 9 paid sick days for most employees. Congrats to Seattle Coalition for a Healthy Workforce on this victory! Read More
    • 09-19-11 NELP submits report to UN committee on migrant workers, analyzing state of unauthorized workers' rights in United States. Read More
    • 09-16-11 San Francisco enacts new law to stop wage theft. Read More
    • 09-15-11 In Atlanta Journal Constitution op-ed, NELP's Eli Markham explains how raising minimum wage can help economic recovery on Main Street. Read More
    • 09-15-11 NELP submits comments in support of NLRB’s proposed rules to modernize union election process. Read More
    • 09-13-11 NELP's Maurice Emsellem talks about how credit checks are shutting out workers from employment on KPCC Southern California Public Radio. Read More
    • 09-13-11 Annual U.S. poverty figures released today remind us why good jobs, unemployment insurance, raising minimum wage, and ending wage theft are critical. Read More
    • 09-09-11 NELP's George Wentworth talks about how unemployment insurance works on C-SPAN's Washington Journal. Read More
    • 09-08-11 NELP issues statement on President Obama's address to Congress on jobs. Read More
    • 09-08-11 Indeed.com, among largest U.S. job listing websites, has announced it will stop posting job ads that refuse applications from unemployed job seekers. Read More
    • 09-07-11 NELP notes what successful jobs agenda should look like, in lead-up to President Obama's jobs speech to Congress. Read More
    • 09-02-11 NELP's Anne Thompson writes on CNN.com about new app that lets you put words into mouth of President Obama. We'd have him say, "It's time to raise the minimum wage!" Read More
    • 09-02-11 NELP issues statement on today's disappointing jobs report, which finds no new jobs added to U.S. economy in August. Read More
    • 08-26-11 NELP report explains that Michigan's draconian unemployment insurance cuts will not return system to solvency. Irresponsible tax breaks that dwindled reserve funds and left Michigan unprepared for recession are real culprit. Read More
    • 08-17-11 NELP joins Annie E. Casey Foundation as 2011 KIDS COUNT Data Book outreach partner. This comprehensive resource on status of U.S. children features state-specific data on 10 key indicators of child well-being, as well as special data on children with at least one unemployed parent in 2010. Read More
    • 08-15-11 NELP fact sheet shows that foreign-born workers who lack work authorization are far more likely to experience violations of wage-and-hour laws, particularly if they are women. Read More
    • 08-05-11 NELP on July's jobs report: jobs uptick encouraging, but concerns of deepening downturn persist. Read More
    • 08-04-11 NELP's Christine Owens on how government neglected major jobs crisis and made matters worse with debt ceiling deal, in CNN Opinion piece. Read More

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