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“Johnson County employers have recently been asked by the Center for Worker Justice of Eastern Iowa to “stand up for our workers, and our values, and pledge that you will continue to honor the Johnson County minimum wage of $10.10”

Former Rose Oaks tenants receiving city payments

North Liberty Allow Minimum Wage

Wage theft rampant, Center for Worker Justice empowers restaurant workers to get paid

Stolen Chances: Low-Wage Work and Wage Theft in Iowa

Iowa City residents take to the streets for ‘Raise the Wage’ march

Make, Rebik, Hurtado and Salih Person of the Year

Worker Recieves Final Paycheck After 15 Months

Our View: Two Years of Advocating for Workers’ Rights

Center Protests Alleged Wage Theft

Settlement Reached in Wage Theft Case

Keep Moving Forward on Community IDs

Community ID in the Works

The Catholic Messenger: ‘Invaluable’ Stories Offer Perspective on Poverty, Worker Issues

Local Workers Speak Out

Celebrate Labor Day by Stopping Wage Theft

Local Immigrant Community Finding Its Voice

Protesters Pressure Restaurant

Johnson County Explores ID Program

Potential Benefits of a Community ID

Group Touts Benefits of Community ID Program

Finally an ID that Builds Community

School District Needs to Rethink Proposed ID System

Community for Fair Wages and to Stop Wage Theft