News Releases | September 2, 2015

Report: Low-Wage Occupations See Steepest Drop in Real Wages

Wages have stagnated for America’s workers across the board, but those in lower-paying jobs are being hit the hardest.

News Releases | August 20, 2015

SeaTac 4,700 Airport Workers Win Their Fight for $15

Washington State’s Supreme Court upheld the voter-approved initiative.

News Releases | August 19, 2015

Birmingham Becomes First City in Deep South to Approve Minimum Wage Law

The appetite for fair wages knows no regional boundaries.

News Releases | August 4, 2015

Report: 3 in 4 Bank Tellers Earn Less Than $15 an Hour

Could higher wages for bank tellers be the next battle in the fight for $15?

News Releases | July 22, 2015

On Wage Board’s Recommendation to Pay New York Fast-Food Workers $15

The New York wage board recommended $15 hourly pay for fast-food workers statewide.

News Releases | July 16, 2015

On Kansas City Council’s Vote to Raise City’s Minimum Wage to $13

The fight to raise wages has moved to the heartland.

News Releases | July 10, 2015

NELP Applauds Veto of Missouri Legislation Barring Local Action on Minimum Wage

Missouri’s governor refused to allow the legislature to run roughshod over cities and counties looking to raise wages locally.

News Releases | June 26, 2015

NELP on Massachusetts Decision to Pay Home Care Workers $15

The following statement is from National Employment Law Project executive director Christine Owens on the decision in Massachusetts to pay(…)

News Releases | June 3, 2015

NELP Applauds Los Angeles Workers, City Council on Historic Passage of $15 Wage

The following is a statement from Christine Owens, executive director of the National Employment Law Project in response to the(…)

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