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Seis meses después de “María”, Puerto Rico sigue en lucha por reconstrucción

“Tuesday, March 20th from organizations across the nation take to the streets in DC to make sure that @fema, Congress, and the Trump Administration hear our demands.”

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La Opinión | Civic Engagement
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Supreme Court Deadlocks on Immigration, Leaving Millions in Limbo

Supreme Court Deadlocks on Immigration, Leaving Millions in Limbo

The U.S. Supreme Court has deadlocked on President Barack Obama’s executive order on immigration.

The 4-4 tie on United States v. Texas (pdf) sets no precedent, but leaves in place a...

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More states question controversial on-call scheduling

More states question controversial on-call scheduling

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Attorneys general from eight states and the District of Columbia sent letters to 15 retailers asking them to explain their policies regarding “on-call”...

Retail Dive | Restoring a Fair Workweek

NYC Agencies Fail to Follow Voter Registration Law

New York Daily News - October 21, 2014, by Erin Durkin - City agencies are failing to do their part to make voter registration easier — even though they’re required to by law.

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Fed Up Panels Solve Wage Stagnation Puzzle: Corporate Power Makes Markets Uncompetitive

09.23.2018

JACKSON HOLE, WY — Today, experts on our economy came together in Jackson Hole, Wyoming to...

Building a National Campaign for a Strong Economy: Fed Up

Escuelas Chárter: Encuesta Cuestiona su Función y Pone la Lupa en sus Finanzas

Miami Diario - March 4, 2015 by Donatella Ungredda - Existe una preocupación creciente entre padres, representantes, maestros y contribuyentes a nivel regional y nacional con relación al...

New York City Council Passes Bill Forcing Employers to Provide Paid Sick Leave

The New American - May 9th, 2013 - On Wednesday the New York City Council...

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America Has Become A Tyranny of the Few - But We Can Fight It

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America Has Become A Tyranny of the Few - But We Can Fight It

We’re in the thick of the second post-Citizens United presidential campaign, and it’s already clear that allowing unlimited funds to influence political elections was a terrible idea. ...

Common Dreams | Fighting for an Inclusive Democracy

118-Mile March to Confront White Supremacy Reclaims Farragut Square in D.C.

On Wednesday afternoon, the 118-mile March to Confront White Supremacy culminated in Washington, D.C. near the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial. Also referred to as the “Cville 2 DC March,” the...

Ms. Magazine Blog | Justice Transformation

City Municipal ID Cards Could Boost Immigrant Business

Crain's New York Business - July 8, 2014, by Chris Bragg - An initiative creating an identification card for New York City residents could allow hundreds of thousands of undocumented immigrants to...

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