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    • 06-03-10 NELP's Annette Bernhardt authors Huffington Post op-ed on the new grassroots energy around innovative wage justice campaigns. Read More
    • 06-01-10 NELP, the Fiscal Policy Institute and Good Jobs New York release analysis of job quality and economic development subsidies in New York City.  Read More
    • 05-24-10 1.2 million to lose jobless benefits if Congress fails to act. Read More
    • 05-18-10 NELP: One year later, Recovery Act reforms to Trade Adjustment Assistance show results. Read More
    • 05-18-10 NELP is hiring a DC based writer/researcher to help lead online media engagement to support campaigns to raise the wages of America’s lowest paid workers. Read More
    • 05-15-10 New NELP report gives solutions to state leaders facing the current unemployment trust fund crisis. Read More
    • 05-11-10 NELP's Paul Sonn testifies before the New York City Council in support of legislation to guarantee prevailing wages on city-subsidized economic development projects. Read More
    • 05-11-10 NELP's Paul Sonn co-authors a Nation op-ed highlighting a growing national movement, including a recent success in the City of Pittsburgh, to leverage economic development subsidies to create good jobs. Read More
    • 05-04-10 NELP testifies before the U.S. House of Representatives on the root of and solutions to the unemployment trust fund crisis. Read More
    • 04-28-10 NELP issues statement on Workers' Memorial Day condemning employers' use of immigration status as a way of circumventing workplace safety laws. Read More
    • 04-27-10 NELP releases statement on Arizona's anti-immigrant law passed last week. Read More
    • 04-23-10 NELP attorneys are panelists at the Berkeley Journal of Employment and Labor Law 2010 Symposium, discussing state and local contracting policies that create good jobs and provide models for federal reform. Read More
    • 04-21-10 NELP and the fight for aid for the severely long-term unemployed. Read More
    • 04-20-10 NELP's Maurice Emsellem organized a panel presentation for over 100 federal agency EEO directors on criminal background checks of federal employees. Read More
    • 04-19-10 NELP contributes to three reports on United States compliance with human rights treaties, for the UN's Universal Periodic Review process. Read More
    • 04-15-10 NELP's California office seeks an experienced attorney to confront unfair barriers to employment for individuals with criminal records. Read More
    • 04-15-10 In a case co-argued by NELP, the Washington Supreme Court holds that evidence of a plaintiffs' undocumented immigration status is so unfairly prejudicial that it ought to be excluded from court proceedings. Read More
    • 04-15-10 NELP releases round-up of state legislation reducing barriers to employment of people with criminal records. Read More
    • 04-14-10 A new report released today by NELP and its partners in the Just Pay Working Group outlines how the Obama administration can combat the epidemic of illegal pay practices that is exploiting gaps in workplace enforcement and hurting millions of workers, their families and their communities. Read More
    • 04-14-10 NELP and allies filed a class-action lawsuit against McMillan’s Home Care Agency in New York City, charging that workers were consistently underpaid and never paid overtime, despite routinely working upwards of 60 hours per week. Read More

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