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Commentary | July 25, 2017

Congress, Raise the Minimum Wage Rather Than Take Away Healthcare

Via: The Hill

Imagine if Republicans put as much effort into raising worker pay as they have into gutting healthcare.

News Releases | July 25, 2017

NELP Supports $15 Minimum Wage in Montgomery County & Gradual Elimination of Tipped Subminimum Wage

Today, the Montgomery County Council introduced a bill to raise the county’s wage floor to $15 by 2020 or 2022.

Commentary | July 25, 2017

Minimum Wage Hike Alarmists Are Wrong

Via: NY Daily News

By all real-world measures, Seattle’s phase-in of a $15 minimum wage is working.

News Releases | July 24, 2017

Eight Years Since Last Federal Minimum Wage Increase, 21 States Remain Stuck at $7.25

20.7 million workers in these 21 states would benefit from raising the federal wage floor to $15 by 2024.

Press Clips | July 20, 2017

Trump Administration Cancels Hundreds of Obama-era Regulations

Via: Washington Post

The Trump administration’s regulatory rollbacks deemphasize projects that help workers.

Commentary | July 5, 2017

UW Minimum-Wage Study Doesn’t Reflect Reality of Work in Seattle

Via: Seattle Times

A $15 minimum wage is necessary to ensure that everyone can participate in a vibrant economy.

Blog | June 30, 2017

Minneapolis Becomes First City in the Midwest to Enact a $15 Minimum Wage

Fight for $15 notches another major victory as Minneapolis enacts a $15 minimum wage.

News Releases | June 30, 2017

Minneapolis Passes $15 Minimum Wage

With its spread today into the American heartland, the Fight for $15 continues to change the country.

Commentary | June 28, 2017

$15 Minimum Wage: Study was Flawed; Minneapolis Should Still Follow Seattle’s Lead

Via: Minnesota Star Tribune

The evidence remains the same: Raising the minimum wage improves lives without hurting the economy.

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