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“Everyone loves a bargain, but at what costs?” asks Judy Conti in this piece for the Times’ “Room for Debate.”
Over the past two years, the national conversation around raising the minimum wage has shifted drastically.
If anyone still doubted the ability of workers to organize and win substantial minimum wage gains, those doubts should have(…)
America’s fast-food workers have proven that sticking together works, says NELP’s Christine Owens.
Governors need to use all their options to address the wage crisis, says NELP’s Paul Sonn.
Raising wages is a winning political issue. It’s also the right thing to do.
Cities and states have shot far past Congress in raising the minimum wage. Will the feds ever catch up?
NELP’s Christine Owens introduces Senator Murrary at a press conference to announce the Raise the Wage Act.
The National Employment Law Project hailed the legislation, noting that its is the strongest bill to increase the minimum wage(…)