Maurice Emsellem

National Employment Law Project

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Program Director for the National Employment Law Project, a national research and advocacy organization promoting the rights of low-wage and unemployed workers

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On Tuesday, California launched a new portal for freelancers to access pandemic unemployment benefits.

Freelancers struggle to access California’s unemployment benefits during pandemic

On Tuesday, California launched a new portal for freelancers to access pandemic unemployment benefits.

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The Senate returned from recess today to consider Emergency Unemployment Compensation, a three-month extension to long-term unemployment insurance that lapsed over the holidays for 1.3…

Out of Work and Out of Luck: The Politics of Unemployment

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On this Labor Day, with unemployment seemingly stuck at 9 percent, all eyes are on Washington, which the  Gallop Poll  finds more confident about the economy than the rest of America.

Where Are the New Jobs?

On this Labor Day, with unemployment seemingly stuck at 9 percent, all eyes are on Washington, which the Gallop Poll finds more confident about the economy than the rest of America.

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