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The news comes just as Los Angeles finalizes its landmark increase.
The following is a statement from Christine Owens, executive director of the National Employment Law Project in response to the(…)
St. Louis has joined a growing list of state and municipal governments addressing the crises of poverty wages and income(…)
Albany’s gridlock cries out for the use of executive powers to raise New York’s minimum wage, says NELP’s Paul Sonn.
The second-largest city in America could soon join Seattle and San Francisco in the club of cities that have agreed(…)
Los Angeles, California, the nation’s second largest city, set a new milestone today, becoming the latest and largest city to(…)
The following is a statement from Christine Owens, executive director of the National Employment Law Project: “The Los Angeles City(…)
“Everyone loves a bargain, but at what costs?” asks Judy Conti in this piece for the Times’ “Room for Debate.”
Over the past two years, the national conversation around raising the minimum wage has shifted drastically.