No one should be forced to choose between providing care for their loved ones and keeping the paying job that they need to survive. Prohibiting employment discrimination against family caregivers promotes economic security, health, and equity by ensuring employees can meet all of their obligations.
Effective enforcement is crucial to ensuring that workers—particularly women, immigrants, and BIPOC workers—benefit from legislation that is intended to raise labor standards. Lawmakers must ensure that state labor agencies have the tools and resources that they need to successfully enforce worker protection laws.
A review of the most important ways states empowered workers during the economic crisis caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
A review of the most important ways states responded to COVID-19 racial and disparities during 2020.
A review of the most important state responses to the COVID-19 housing crisis during the 2020 legislative session.
State lawmakers have a responsibility to help strengthen election security and protect the present and future of American democracy.
This memo outlines the attacks on the ACA, policy solutions at the state level, key messages, and additional resources for legislators.
Since the passage of the Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993 (FMLA), our country has fallen behind the rest of the world in paid leave protections.
Prison gerrymandering violates our constitutional right to equal political power based on population size.
Patients are unsure if their visit to a testing facility, urgent care center or emergency room will result in a surprise bill, not covered by their insurance.