Blog | March 16, 2022

Reflecting on Two Years of COVID-19

Blog | March 16, 2022

Reflecting on Two Years of COVID-19

NELP’s ED Rebecca Dixon reflects on two years of COVID-19

News Releases | March 1, 2022

State of the Union: It’s Time to Raise the Federal Minimum Wage

Congress cannot just pay lip service to frontline workers whose labor they take for granted.

Blog | February 25, 2022

A Pro-Worker Vision Ahead of the State of the Union

Milwaukee Public School Teachers and Supporters Picket by Charles Edward Miller 4-24-18 (CC BY-SA 2.0) This year’s State of the(…)

Press Clips | January 31, 2022

The Deadline is Here for Federal Contractors to Start Paying at least $15 an Hour

Via: Government Executive

The “Fight for $15,” movement, which will mark its 10-year anniversary in November 2022, “has influenced policy debates and the public conversation(…)

Press Clips | January 20, 2022

The difference a higher minimum wage makes

Press Clips | January 20, 2022

The difference a higher minimum wage makes

Via: Marketplace

A record number of states and cities are raising their minimum wage this year, according to a tally from the National Employment Law(…)

Press Clips | January 5, 2022

The U.S. to see ‘the largest wave of minimum wage raises’ in 2022: Policy program director

Via: Yahoo! Finance

These raises that took effect this week and that combined with other scheduled for later this year are the largest(…)

Press Clips | December 30, 2021

Minimum Wage will Rise in 21 States on January 1

Via: NBC News NOW

Minimum wage is set to go up in 21 states on January 1, 2022. Tsedeye Gebreselassie, Director of Work Quality(…)

News Releases | December 20, 2021

Record Number of Cities, States Will Increase Minimum Wages in 2022 

­21 states and 35 cities and counties will raise their wage floors in the New Year.

News Releases | July 27, 2021

Fight for $15 Movement Has Won $150B in Wage Raises for 26M Workers in Less Than a Decade

Of the $150B in raises workers have secured, $76B has gone to workers of color and $70B to women workers.

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