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    • 11-09-10 NELP presentation outlines current UI solvency crisis facing states as they enter 2011 legislative sessions--including 50 state measures. Read More
    • 11-05-10 NELP Statement: Positive jobs growth not enough to make a dent in the unemployment crisis, making an extension of federal unemployment benefits critical for 2011. Read More
    • 11-01-10 In radio interview NELP's Paul Sonn comments on the continuing controversy about economists hired by the Bloomberg Administration to evaluate New York City's proposed living wage policy for economic development. Read More
    • 10-28-10 NELP's George Wentworth and Rick McHugh mark 75th anniversary of UI with remarks on equity and adequacy issues to federal and state officials. Read More
    • 10-28-10 Revised NELP report shows 2 million workers will face devastating cut off of unemployment benefits during the holidays Read More
    • 10-26-10 NELP's Madeline Neighly discusses the movement to "ban the box" and the need to reduce unfair barriers to employment of people with criminal records. Read More
    • 10-18-10 NELP launches new web campaign to continue federal extended jobless benefits past the current Nov. 30th cut-off. Read More
    • 10-08-10 NELP promotes model reentry policies at EU/U.S. forum. Read More
    • 10-08-10 NELP Statement: Economy sheds 95,000 jobs in September. Read More
    • 10-06-10 A new poll shows that fully two-thirds of Americans support a robust increase in the minimum wage. Read More
    • 09-30-10 On National Public Radio, NELP's Judy Conti bemoans "wasted opportunity" to continue creating jobs through the emergency TANF Fund. Read More
    • 09-28-10 NELP Politico.com commentary highlights tragic expiration of subsidized jobs provided through the Emergency TANF Fund. Read More
    • 09-24-10 Judy Conti speaks about efforts to secure minimum wage protection for home health-care workers Read More
    • 09-17-10 Fueled by recovery act expansions, unemployment benefits kept 3.3 million Americans out of poverty in 2009 up from 900,000 in 2008 Read More
    • 09-10-10 NELP commentary: donít scapegoat workers for high unemployment and the sluggish economic recovery. Read More
    • 09-03-10 With August's employment report showing sluggish recovery for the economy and workers, NELP urges Congress to reauthorize the TANF Emergency Fund subsidized jobs program that expires at the end of the month. Read More
    • 09-01-10 New NELP report takes a first look at 2010 job growth and finds that job gains in the private sector have been driven by lower- and mid-wage industries. Read More
    • 08-31-10 NELP's Tsedeye Gebreselassie testifies in support of expanding New Haven's living wage ordinance. Read More
    • 08-27-10 NELP's Paul Sonn is interviewed about New York City's selection of biased economists to evaluate whether the city should adopt a living wage policy for its economic development program. Read More
    • 08-16-10 With partners from the major US-based worker center networks, NELP submitted a brief opposing defendant's abusive move to force H2B guestworkers to disclose the contents of immigration petitions in their civil litigation. Read More

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