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Workplace Fairness joins workers' rights organizations in supporting stopping The Health Insurance Tax.

The Health Insurance Tax will take a toll on hardworking Americans by increasing health care costs by $500 a year per family, with more than half the total cost falling on those making less than $50,000. Congress needs to act now to Stop The Health Insurance Tax.

In 2014, tens of millions of Americans saw an increase in their health insurance premiums as a result of the HIT tax being included in the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. The HIT takes aim at Main Street America, hitting the pocketbooks of working families, stifling small business job creation and impacting our most vulnerable citizens: the poor and seniors.

Congress must act to provide relief from this harmful and poorly constructed tax. Twice they have some together to suspend the HIT – for 2017 and 2019. While this is a welcome and critical first step, Americans need relief now and for the future.

Stop the HIT, Congress must prioritize efforts to provide relief from the HIT now, before it’s too late.-- The Stop The HIT Coalition

Today's Workplace more

Priorities USA launches Latino persuasion program in Florida

Laura Barrón López

Teachers tell how far they'll go for classroom supplies, this week in the war on workers

Laura Clawson

'This is my home': Undocumented students, educators await a DACA decision

Bianca Quilantan

Cheerios Picket Line Averted: After Strike Threat, General Mills Workers Win Tentative Agreement

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Inequality And The Iron Law of Decaying Public Services

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In the Courts more

Trump v. NAACP

Consolidated with: Department of Homeland Security v. Regents of the University of California and McAleenan v. Vidal In 2012, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) adopted a program—known as the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)—to postpone the deportation of undocumented immigrants who had been brought to the United States as children and to assign them work permits allowing them to obtain social security numbers, pay taxes, and become part of “mainstream” society in the United States. In 2017, after the national election, when the Trump administration replaced the Obama administration, DHS began a phase-out of DACA. The parties do not dispute the authority of a new administration to replace old policies with new policies, but the plaintiffs in this and related challenges allege that the new administration terminated DACA based on a mistake of law rather than in compliance with the law. The legal questions the Supreme Court will consider include: (1) Whether the Department of Homeland Security’s decision to wind down the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals policy is judicially reviewable; and (2) whether DHS’s decision to wind down the DACA policy is lawful.

November 13, 2019

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In the News

Supreme Court's conservatives signal willingness to side with Trump in DACA case

Nabors Corporate Services and C&J Well Services Settle EEOC Race Discrimination Suit for $1.2 Million

In Case of Emergency: Your Toolkit for Surviving Workplace Discrimination and Harassment

Baby boomers will be the fastest-growing generation in the workforce next year, Glassdoor claims

EEOC sues Sprint retailer over alleged sexual assault in Sacramento

LinkedIn CEO Wants to Curb Sexual Harassment Hidden in Private Messages

Black Facebook Workers Write Open Letter to Company: We Are Treated Every Day 'as If We Do Not Belong Here'

Union Decries VA Response to Lynched Doll Found in Staff Area of Louisiana Facility

Marciano Art Foundation is accused of unfair labor practices

Post-#MeToo, Ernst & Young Grapples With Diverging Views Of Its Culture

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