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Joining with Low-Income People to Fight for Fairness

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NCLEJ works with low-income families, individuals, communities, and a wide range of organizations to advance the cause of economic justice through ground-breaking, successful litigation, policy work, and support of grassroots organizing around the country. We have provided legal representation, support, and advice to people living in poverty and their advocates since 1965.

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In our efforts to make economic justice a reality, NCLEJ focuses on a number of issues critical to the fight for fairness:


Join NCLEJ in Opposing Trump Administration’s Misguided Medicaid Work Requirements Policy

Today, the Trump administration made its latest move to undermine Medicaid—a vital piece of America’s health care social safety net. The Administration announced a new policy to let states require people who receive Medicaid to work, with very few exceptions. This…

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NCLEJ Supports New York State Workers’ Comp. Revised Proposed Regulations and Guidelines

In April 2017, the New York State Legislature enacted legislation that requires the New York State Workers’ Compensation Board to adopt new impairment guidelines for scheduled loss of use awards, which are awarded to workers who suffer a…

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The National Center for Law and Economic Justice (NCLEJ) is pleased to announce the appointment of former Ambassador Lee Wolosky to its Board of Directors.

“Lee is a well-respected and recognized leader at the national level, and an excellent lawyer with a deep commitment to NCLEJ’s mission. We are delighted that he will use his vast experience and well-honed skills to benefit the…

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