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    • 07-24-10 NELP files a class action lawsuit against First Transit, Inc., one of the nationís 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
    • 07-12-10 NELP submits an amicus brief to the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals in support of the National Day Laborer Organizing Network, to preserve day laborers' right to seek work in public places. Read More
    • 07-02-10 NELP Statement: Mixed jobs report in June, as jobless workers struggle to make do without an unemployment check or a paycheck. Read More
    • 07-02-10 NELP and the National League of Cities release study of promising reentry policies that promote local hiring of people with criminal records. Read More
    • 07-02-10 The cut off of jobless benefits sparked major national attention. Watch NELP's Christine Owens debate the Heritage Foundation on the Jim Lehrer News Hour. Read More
    • 07-01-10 NELP is seeking a graduating law student or judicial clerk to sponsor for a fellowship position in its New York office to work on wage theft, living wage, and other economic justice campaigns. Read More
    • 06-30-10 NELP supports Connecticut as it becomes the fourth state to "ban the box," reducing barriers to employment for people with criminal records. Read More
    • 06-29-10 NELP and the Center for American Progress report outlines crisis for 2 million Americans facing cut off of federal jobless benefits. Read More
    • 06-28-10 NELP and allies file an amicus brief in the U.S. Supreme Court, urging broad anti-retaliation protections for workers. Read More
    • 06-24-10 23 days since Congress cut off the unemployed - NELP shares real lives impacted by Washington's inaction. Read More
    • 06-23-10 NELP is at the US Social Forum, joining allies in workshops on wage theft and human rights. Read More
    • 06-18-10 NELP Statement - "More Americans Cut Off as Congress Sacrifices Jobless Aid and Economic Stimulus in Jobs Bill" Read More
    • 06-17-10 NELP's Cathy Ruckelshaus testified before the Senate HELP Committee on independent contractor misclassification. Read More
    • 06-16-10 NELPís George Wentworth speaks to the National Association of Unemployment Insurance Appellate Boards (NAUIAB) Read More
    • 06-15-10 NELP releases comprehensive inventory of state and federal studies demonstrating the billions of dollars lost due to independent contractor misclassification. Read More

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