May 22, 2017
Sign our petition to tell state Labor Commissioner Cherie Berry, our “Reluctant Regulator” to use her power to crack down on minimum wage violators in North Carolina!
The petition language states that Donald Trump is dangerous, divisive and unfit to be president – and yet Senator Richard Burr is still supporting him.
Ridiculous as it may sound, North Carolina poultry workers need our help to be able to go to the bathroom because their employer, Case Farms, is refusing to allow employees to relieve themselves when needed, in violation of OSHA standards and, we might add, basic human decency.
When full-time work doesn’t guarantee your economic security, that’s a problem. Sign the NC Justice Center petition calling for NC politicians to push policies that will lead to quality job creation.
If North Carolina Senate Bill 632 becomes law, working families in North Carolina already struggling to pay their bills could see their wages garnished to pay private debts, and employers who refuse to cooperate with debt collectors could be fined and held in contempt of court.
Sign this petition by our friends at Progress North Carolina Action telling NC lawmakers you won’t stand for any more tax hikes on working families!
You can do something about dark money corrupting our elections. Two new bills would do require rapid and electronic disclosure so we can see where the money is coming from. Add your name to our petition, today!
Sign this petition urging North Carolina to reverse course and restore the state EITC, one of the best anti-poverty programs around.
Sign to tell North Carolina’s government to stop criminalizing the right to protest.
Let’s make sure Congress gets the message that Americans deserve a vote on commonsense immigration reform.
Join Roy Cooper in calling for a veto of the “Anti-Voting Monster Law”!
The Earned Income Tax Credit is a powerful anti-poverty tool that must be protected by state lawmakers as they consider changes to the tax code. Unfortunately, Republican state lawmakers have filed a bill to cut the state EITC for 2013 and could allow the credit to expire completely next year.