Blog | October 15, 2018

When Companies Collude to Suppress Workers’ Wages

The Federal Trade Commission must aggressively enforce antitrust law to ensure labor market competition.

News Releases | October 10, 2018

On the Trump Administration’s Proposal to Limit Immigration Through the Public Charge Rule

The proposal is yet another administration effort to exclude immigrants and advance a racist, xenophobic agenda.

News Releases | October 4, 2018

Senate Has a Choice: Say NO to Kavanaugh

News Releases | October 4, 2018

Senate Has a Choice: Say NO to Kavanaugh

Brett Kavanaugh is unfit to serve on the Supreme Court.

News Releases | October 4, 2018

Trump USDA to Allow Faster Poultry Line Speeds, Ignoring Danger to Workers & Consumers

Poultry workers already suffer staggeringly high rates of work-related injury and illnesses—rates 60 percent higher than the average worker.

Blog | October 4, 2018

NELP Mourns the Passing of Jim Leonard

A preeminent expert on the Fair Labor Standards Act, Jim was driven by a profound commitment to upholding workers’ rights.

News Releases | October 3, 2018

SCOTUS Considers Whether Trucking Companies Can Dodge Worker Lawsuits in New Prime Inc. v. Oliveira

Should big companies that break the law get to decide if and when the rules apply to them?

News Releases | October 2, 2018

On the D.C. Council’s Repeal of Initiative 77

The D.C. Council’s repeal of Initiative 77 is a historic low point for democracy in the District of Columbia.

News Releases | October 2, 2018

On Amazon Raising Its Minimum Wage to $15

News Releases | October 2, 2018

On Amazon Raising Its Minimum Wage to $15

Amazon’s move shows how outdated the $7.25 federal minimum wage is—and how workers in all 50 states need $15 an hour.

Blog | September 27, 2018

NELP and NAACP-LDF File Amicus Supporting EEOC Guidance on the Formerly Incarcerated

It is well understood—and well documented—that people with arrest and conviction records face significant barriers to employment. Conservative estimates indicate that(…)

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