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Posted by on Nov 20, 2013 in Action Alerts, Homepage_featured | Comments Off on America Needs A Raise!

America Needs A Raise!

America Needs A Raise!

The Senate is expected to vote on the Fair Minimum Wage Act in the next few weeks. Call your Senators and tell them to vote YES to raising and indexing the minimum wage and tipped minimum wage. America can’t afford poverty wages any longer.

Posted by on Nov 8, 2013 in Homepage_featured, Media Releases | Comments Off on Press Statement: The U. S. Senate has passed the Employment Non-Discrimination Act. Now it’s time for the House to take action.

Press Statement: The U. S. Senate has passed the Employment Non-Discrimination Act. Now it’s time for the House to take action.

Press Statement: The U. S. Senate has passed the Employment Non-Discrimination Act. Now it’s time for the House to take action.

It is time for LGBT Americans to be treated equally in the workplace. 9to5 applauds the Senate’s action. Now it’s time for the U. S. House of Representatives to take action to debate and pass ENDA. 9to5 will continue to actively work with our allies to end workplace discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity.

Posted by on Nov 8, 2013 in Action Alerts, Homepage_featured | Comments Off on Action Alert: We Can’t Wait

Action Alert: We Can’t Wait

Action Alert: We Can’t Wait

The time is now for immigration reform. We know it, kids know it–it’s time for Congress to hear it.

Posted by on Nov 4, 2013 in Homepage_featured, Media Releases | Comments Off on 9to5 Statement on the 35th anniversary of the passage of the Pregnancy Discrimination Act

9to5 Statement on the 35th anniversary of the passage of the Pregnancy Discrimination Act

9to5 Statement on the 35th anniversary of the passage of the Pregnancy Discrimination Act

The PWFA will guarantee that women who are pregnant will be treated fairly in the workplace and be able to achieve economic security for themselves and their families. The time for Congress to act is now.