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    • 03-11-10 NELP testified before the Vermont Senate Committee on Finance in opposition to proposed unemployment insurance benefit cuts. Read More
    • 03-09-10 NELP submitted written testimony opposing a proposed exemption in Maryland unemployment insurance law aimed at messenger drivers who sign an independent contractor agreement. Read More
    • 03-02-10 NELP finds that over 200,000 per week will lose UI benefits due to Congress' failure to reauthorize extensions. Read More
    • 02-26-10 NELP’s Haeyoung Yoon testified on low-wage and immigrant workers’ rights to core labor protections and the federal government’s obligation to protect human rights in preparation for the United Nation’s Universal Periodic Review (UPR) process. Read More
    • 02-26-10 Middle Class Task Force plan to crack down on independent contractor misclassification helps working families, law-abiding employers, and the economy overall. Read More
    • 02-24-10 NELP, AFSCME, and SEIU oppose a proposed Maryland unemployment bill that would exempt home health care workers who sign an agency agreement saying they are independent contractors. Read More
    • 02-10-10 NELP seeks a dynamic Communications Director to boost the reach and visibility of NELP and its work. Read More
    • 02-06-10 NELP mourns the passing of its distinguished board chair, Beth Shulman. Read More
    • 02-05-10 New NELP analysis finds that without congressional action, nearly 5 million jobless workers will lose benefits by June. Read More
    • 02-04-10 NELP's Paul Sonn spoke at the introduction of a bill in the New York City Council that would guarantee prevailing wages for building services workers on city-subsidized development projects. Read More
    • 02-03-10 NELP co-authors Daily News op-ed on wage theft in New York City. Read More
    • 02-02-10 NELP Policy Analyst Rebecca Dixon testifies before the Maryland House Economic Matters Committee on January 28, 2010. Read More
    • 01-29-10 CUNY's Murphy Institute hosts forum on NELP's new report on pervasive workplace violations in New York City, with presentation by NELP staff and community and labor advocates. Read More
    • 01-28-10 NELP releases Working Without Laws, a new report documenting pervasive violations of employment and labor laws in New York City, affecting hundreds of thousands of low-wage workers. Read More
    • 01-22-10 NELP's Cathy Ruckelshaus testified before the Nevada Legislative Commission to Study Employee Misclassification about independent contractor reforms and best practices. Read More
    • 01-12-10 San Francisco Supervisors urge state to lift ban on home health care workers with criminal histories, quoting NELP's recommendations. Read More
    • 01-08-10 NELP Jobs Statement: Widespread job loss across industries more severe in this recession; long-term unemployment increases in December’s disappointing jobs report. Read More
    • 12-21-09 A NELP op-ed in the Huffington Post responds to recent calls by critics to lower the federal minimum wage. Read More
    • 12-21-09 Congress and the White House enact reauthorization of Recovery Act UI provisions; NELP analysis shows that this will prevent 1 million from facing benefit cut-offs in January. Read More
    • 12-17-09 NELP's Rebecca Smith is a panelist on Progressive States Network's national conference call, Promoting Wage Law Enforcement Policies in 2010. Read More

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