National Employment Law Project
Christine Owens is Executive Director of the National Employment Law Project, a research and advocacy organization that promotes the interests of low-wage and unemployed workers.
Organized labor was the foundation of America's middle class in the aftermath of the Great Depression. Recently, the unions have fallen on hard times.
Jan. 6, 2017from To the Point
California Attorney General Xavier Becerra wants Facebook to turn over emails, documents, etc.
Nov. 7from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
Today the U.S House of Representatives overwhelmingly voted to adopt bill H.RES.296, affirming the U.S . record on the Armenian Genocide .
Oct. 29from KCRW Features
With support from Democrats as well as Republicans, President Trump agreed to release inmates from harsh prison terms due to the War on Drugs. But his own Justice Department wants…
Nov. 14from To the Point
Testimony this week added a lot of detail.
Oct. 25from Left, Right & Center
Borderline Bar & Grill in Thousand Oaks has been closed since November 7, 2018, the night a Marine veteran walked in and shot and killed 12 people before taking his own life.
Nov. 6from Greater LA
Republicans have been demanding a vote to open the impeachment inquiry. They may get one Thursday.
Oct. 30from LRC Presents: All the President's Lawyers
Fire season now lasts all year long in Southern California, and residents of Topanga Canyon have set an example for how to get ready. Volunteers are on the alert to help their neighbors, save their homes and protect their animals, or to evacuate.
Oct. 31from To the Point
Personal medical records behind public health regulations are now stamped "confidential." If they aren’t opened up, the Trump EPA says it will ignore them.
Nov. 18from To the Point
Experts worldwide are trying to tackle climate change with radical proposals, but one thinker is advocating for a more moderate approach.
Nov. 8from Scheer Intelligence