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    • 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
    • 08-13-10 NELP: 75 years later, social security and unemployment insurance have stood the test of time. Read More
    • 08-10-10 NELP report: New York employers face extra tax penalties if the the unemployment trust fund is not repaired. Read More
    • 08-10-10 C.S. Mott Foundation report features NELP’s work in helping Midwest workers navigate trade adjustment program and retrain for new careers Read More
    • 08-04-10 NELP commends Senate leaders for introducing The Americans Want to Work Act (S. 3706), which support and help rehire workers who have exhausted their federal unemployment benefits. Read More
    • 08-03-10 NELP has three policy research/campaign job openings to support our economic justice and unemployment insurance work. Read More
    • 08-02-10 NELP issues new fact sheet on the “EUC fix” which protects extended benefits for jobless workers who complete temporary jobs while on UI. Read More
    • 07-29-10 NELP & advocacy partners leverage stimulus dollars to win unemployment modernization reforms in 32 states. Read More
    • 07-29-10 NELP's Executive Director, Christine Owens, is honored by the Coalition on Human Needs, and named its 2010 Human Needs Hero. Read More
    • 07-28-10 NELP's Judy Conti speaks at a press conference with Congresswoman Linda Sanchez, in support of legislation to guarantee home health care workers minimum wage and overtime protections. Read More
    • 07-26-10 NELP updates the fact sheet, "From Anti-Immigrant to Pro-Worker: What States Can Do About Immigration & Workers’ Rights." Read More
    • 07-26-10 NELP updates the fact sheet, "Costly In Every Way: Anti-Immigrant Laws Hurt States Financially." Read More
    • 07-24-10 NELP files a class action lawsuit against First Transit, Inc., one of the nation’s largest bus companies, for illegal discrimination against African-American and Latino employees and job applicants. Read More
    • 07-23-10 NELP's Andrew Stettner expounds on the economic value of extended jobless benefits on NPR's Talk of the Nation. Read More
    • 07-22-10 NELP Statement: At long last, Congress reauthorized federal unemployment extensions, allowing 2.5 million people who have faced a lapse in benefits to be brought back into the program. Read More
    • 07-21-10 An op-ed by NELP's Paul Sonn looks at Baltimore's proposed living wage for retailers. Read More
    • 07-20-10 NELP and the Just Pay Working Group publish a toolkit to assist advocates in reaching out to regional USDOL offices. Read More
    • 07-15-10 NELP, PolicyLink, and the Ella Baker Center release report promoting the hiring of people with criminal records in the green economy. Read More

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