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News Releases | March 27, 2017

On President Trump Approving the Repeal of the Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces Executive Order

President Trump had a choice today to either back the rights of workers, or to side with low-road corporations.

Commentary | March 21, 2017

Stand with Workers, Oppose Any Attempt to Repeal OSHA’s Injury Recordkeeping Rule

Via: The Hill

Don’t let employers in the most dangerous industries get away with hiding serious injuries and keeping false records.

Commentary | March 7, 2017

Who’s Against Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces?

Via: The Hill

Lawmakers sided with corporations that steal workers’ wages and cut corners on workplace safety.

News Releases | March 6, 2017

On Congress Blocking the Fair Pay & Safe Workplaces Rule

Here’s another example of lawmakers protecting big business at the expense of workers.

Commentary | March 1, 2017

Trump’s Address Was More Measured But Actions Speak Louder Than Words

Via: Fortune.com

Uttering platitudes is not the same as actually putting workers at the top of the agenda.

News Releases | February 27, 2017

66 Labor, Civil Rights, Environmental Groups Tell Congress Not to Repeal Crucial Health and Safety Regulations

NELP and others sign letter urging House leaders not to repeal a critical OSHA rule.

News Releases | February 16, 2017

On the Nomination of Alexander Acosta for Labor Secretary

Mr. Acosta deserves a thorough vetting on the issues that matter most to America’s workers.

News Releases | February 15, 2017

On Puzder’s Withdrawal from Labor Secretary Nomination

From the start, it was clear that fast-food CEO Andrew Puzder was unfit to lead the U.S. Labor Department.

News Releases | February 1, 2017

Roosevelt Institute, NELP Release Report on 21st Century Worker Benefits

Key principles for a broad public-private system of social benefits that is universal, portable, and flexible for all workers.

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