National Employment Law Project
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A $15 minimum wage, fully phased in, would raise pay by about $3,500 for almost 1 in 3 workers.
Momentum remains strong for improving pay for the 40 percent of U.S. workers who struggle on less than $15/hr.
The Trump administration is delaying a rule requiring retirement advisers to put their clients’ best interests before their own profits.
Women of color have changed the world through their resilience and fortitude to never settle for less.
“Emergency” bill claims that raising pay for workers at the bottom poses a threat to public health and safety. Seriously.
Never before has a state government acted to reverse minimum wage increases already in place.
Trump’s horrendously misguided border wall may not even yield the good jobs he promised.
Don’t let employers in the most dangerous industries get away with hiding serious injuries and keeping false records.
Missouri Governor Greitens should veto a bill that strips St. Louis minimum wage workers of a raise.