National Employment Law Project
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Congress has no excuse: It must pass the Raise the Wage Act immediately.
Nearly 350,000 workers are each losing $4,000 annually because their states blocked local minimum wage increases.
Our amicus brief argues Michigan lawmakers undermined the will of voters in violation of the state constitution.
With Connecticut’s move, nearly one-third of the U.S. workforce is now on a path to a $15 minimum wage.
Governor Jared Polis is expected to sign the bill into law.
The regional approach would bake-in wages that are already artificially low in many parts of the country.
Maryland becomes the sixth state in the nation—and the first south of the Mason-Dixon line—to adopt a $15 minimum wage.
The young members of Make the Road: NJ helped New Jersey become the fourth to adopt a $15 minimum wage.
A new opinion poll confirms the popularity of the Raise the Wage Act.