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Workers Rising! Reflections on the Low-Wage Worker Organizing Conference

The Sur Real Estate - February 14, 2013 - Yesterday, I attended an inspiring conference...

02/14/2013 | Improving Job Quality

New Report Details Plans for Low-Wage Worker Justice

The Village Voice - February 14, 2013 - When a worker in this city has to endure a three-hour walk to work because his minimum wage salary doesn't allow for him to afford public transportation,...

02/14/2013 | Raising the Minimum Wage

Mayoral Hopefuls Cool to Plan to Lift Up Low-Wage Workers

Labor Press - February 13, 2013, by Marc Bussanich - While the city’s economy has been recuperating from the Great Recession, low-wage workers in the city face enormous difficulties in making ends...

02/14/2013 | Improving Job Quality, Raising the Minimum Wage

Working full time, but living in poverty

Metro - February 13, 2013, by Alison Brown -

They are working full time, but they are living in poverty.

One day after President Barack Obama said America...

02/13/2013 | Improving Job Quality, Raising the Minimum Wage

New Report Details Plans for Low-Wage Worker Justice

The Village Voice - February 14, 2013, by Jason Lewis - When a worker in this city has to endure a three-hour walk to work because his minimum wage salary doesn't allow for him to afford public...

02/13/2013 | Improving Job Quality, Raising the Minimum Wage

Forum Held On Report That Calls For Minimum Wage Raise To $10 An Hour

NY1 - A forum was held Wednesday at the CUNY Murphy Institute on a new report by United New York and the Center for...

02/13/2013 | Improving Job Quality, Raising the Minimum Wage

City Councils Call On President And Congress To Avoid Cutting Services

Young Philly Politics - December 18, 2012, by Councilmember Wilson Goode - As the federal government faces major decisions regarding our nation’s budget and fiscal policies,...

12/18/2012 | Connecting Elected Officials for ‘Local Progress’
10/19/2012 | Published by: Morning Consult
10/19/2012

Progressive Group Sues Fed, Seeking Information on Presidential Selection

Progressive Group Sues Fed, Seeking Information on Presidential Selection

The left-leaning Center for Popular Democracy on Wednesday filed a lawsuit in federal court against the Federal Reserve, seeking to shine light on the central bank’s president selection process....

10/19/2012 | Morning Consult | Building a National Campaign for a Strong Economy: Fed Up

Sick Leave in New York

The New York Times, October 14, 2012 - The arrival of flu season is a reminder that New York City has no law requiring employers to provide paid sick leave and that the City Council should...

10/14/2012 | Ensuring Paid Sick Time for All Workers, Improving Job Quality
11/3/2005 | Published by: The Dallas Morning News
11/3/2005

Dallas Fed president will meet with Fed Up Coalition members to hear their concerns

Dallas Fed president will meet with Fed Up Coalition members to hear their concerns

After nearly two months on the job, the new head of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas is reaching out to the community — to bunch of community, labor and consumer organizations that have...

11/3/2005 | The Dallas Morning News | Building a National Campaign for a Strong Economy: Fed Up

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