News Releases | August 19, 2020

Labor Department Report: More Workers Speaking Up, Blowing the Whistle on COVID Safety Violations—But Their Complaints of Retaliation Face Delays at Understaffed OSHA

Over half the COVID retaliation complaints were summarily dismissed, while remaining cases are taking longer than ever to investigate.

News Releases | August 10, 2020

#SaveThe600 Coalition Blasts Trump Administration’s False Promise of Unemployment Relief

If the administration really cared about struggling families, it would have agreed to extend the $600 FPUC payments weeks ago.

News Releases | July 27, 2020

Senate Republicans’ COVID Bill Fails Workers and Families

Their bill would slash the weekly unemployment supplement to only $200.

News Releases | July 20, 2020

NELP Mourns the Passing of Congressman John Lewis

In addition to being a civil rights giant, John Lewis was a tireless advocate for workers and unemployed people.

News Releases | July 17, 2020

Federal Legislation Would Ensure Equal Pay for Temp Workers and Curb Industry Abuses

The Restoring Worker Power Act would help eliminating temp workers’ second-tier status and demand accountability from the industry.

News Releases | June 18, 2020

NELP Applauds SCOTUS Ruling Denying Trump Administration’s Attempt to End DACA

NELP joins in solidarity with immigrant communities who are organizing against the deportation apparatus and for long-term reform.

News Releases | June 10, 2020

Black Workers See Higher Rates of Employer Retaliation for Raising COVID Safety Concerns

Black workers were more likely to report that they or a colleague may have been punished for raising concerns.

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