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Economic Justice

Blog: Unemployment and Tax Compromise - Where Is the Outrage?

Dec 08, 2010 | By Casey Schoeneberger

Last week, some members of Congress threatened to stall any further legislation (legislation that is crucial for the government to function smoothly) so tax breaks could be secured for the richest Americans.   Read more

Alternative Minimum Tax (AMT)

The Alternative Minimum Tax (AMT) is intended to affect high-income individuals who use multiple deductions to greatly reduce or eliminate their liability under the regular income tax system. Read more

Blog: Scarring Effects of Unemployment

Nov 23, 2010 | By Casey Schoeneberger

There is nothing quite as jarring as the blunt assertion that our nation’s children are in serious trouble. Read more

Media Alert: Thousands Mobilize for National Day of Action Against Wage Theft

NETWORK joins a coalition of dozens of national, state and local organizations, coordinated by Interfaith Worker Justice, to announce a National Day of Action Against Wage Theft. Read more

Call for Congressional Action in 2010 "Lame-Duck" Session

Just before Congress returned to Washington for its lame-duck session (beginning on November 15), NETWORK Lobbyist Marge Clark, BVM, sent letters to every individual member thanking them for their work in the 111th Congress and asking for specific action on pending legislation. We invite you to read these letters for more information about what Congress must address – and to send your own messages to Congress... Read more

Equal Pay for Women and Men

NETWORK supports H.R 12, the Paycheck Fairness Act. Read more

Blog: A Real Measure of Our Wellbeing

Nov 12, 2010 | By Andrea Pascual

Economic inequality can’t be ignored anymore. It is the topic of the month as everyone desperately hopes for change in the upcoming year. Read more

Blog: Help Convert Frustration to Positive Energy for Good

Nov 12, 2010 | By Marge Clark, BVM

I took part in the Call to Action Conference in Milwaukee last weekend. On Saturday, I organized a caucus session called After the Election: Working Together to Create Economic Survival for All. Read more

Blog: The Great Many Causes, and Concerns, of Economic Inequality

Nov 04, 2010 | By Casey Schoeneberger

Is inequality an inherent characteristic of free market capitalism? Is it ever acceptable? How much is too much- and what do we do about it? These were the questions and topics of an event I attended on Monday at the New America Foundation entitled The United States of Inequality, Causes, Costs, and Consequences. Read more

Legislative Activity in 2010

Many people say that Congress isn’t doing anything.  That is not accurate, and much of what Congress has done this year is very positive.  Read more

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