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The Raise the Wage Act, sponsored by state Sen. Jessica Ramos and Assembly Member Latoya Joyner, would increase the minimum wage to $21.25 by 2027 and(…)
The government’s pandemic interventions had meaningful effects. After the child tax credit expanded in 2021, child poverty fell from 9.7% in 2020(…)
The bill would ensure that immigrant workers can assert their workplace rights without fear of immigration-based retaliation.
After inflation rocketed upward last year, those pushing for higher minimum wages see a new opening to gain ground on(…)
Child labor is not a relic of the past.
5.9 million workers were unemployed in February, an increase of 242,000 from the prior month.
Su has a proven track record of advancing racial and economic justice for workers.
A worker’s arm was mangled in a machine. Before treatment, a manager requested a drug test.
A Queens Starbucks worker was one of many across the country fired in retaliation for union organizing. Thanks to NYC(…)