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New Report: 'Work Matters' Addresses Disability Workforce Policies

What can states do to help their citizens with disabilities enter the workforce and advance their careers? Quite a bit suggests a new joint report from NCSL and the Council of State Governments.

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Overtime Rules on Hold as States Get Nationwide Injunction

States may now ignore the looming Dec. 1 deadline to comply with the new overtime rules.

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Work Matters: Framework for States on Workforce Development for People with Disabilities

A forthcoming report, "Work Matters: A Framework for States on Workforce Development for People with Disabilities" offers state legislators a number of policy options to consider in increasing employment access and opportunity for people with disabilities.

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NCSL Joins Comments on Accessibility of Government Websites

The U.S. Department of Justice's current regulations do not include specific requirements for web accessibility but DOJ has long held the position that public entities’ websites should be accessible under the Americans With Disabilities Act..

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States Sue Over New Overtime Rule

Twenty-one states are suing the U.S. Department of Labor over new overtime rules that make it more likely states will have to pay more employees overtime.

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Disability Employment Sessions at Legislative Summit

For people with disabilities, finding, securing and maintaining employment that leads to self-sufficiency and economic security is one of the pressing issues to be addressed at next week's Legislative Summit in Chicago.

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SCOTUS Victory for Employees in Employment Discrimination Deadline Case

Under federal employment discrimination laws, timelines are short and decisive. But if such timelines aren’t forgiving, the U.S. Supreme Court is.

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SCOTUS to Rule on EEOC's Failure to Meet Pre-lawsuit Obligations

Death and taxes are not the only things that are inevitable—so are employers looking bad in Supreme Court employment cases.

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'Fair Share' Laws Survive on 4-4 SCOTUS Vote

Friedrichs v. California Teachers Association could have turned public sector labor law upside down.

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NCSL Seeks Input on Workforce Development for People With Disabilities.

People with disabilities experience substantially different employment outcomes than the general population of the United States.

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This blog offers updates on the National Conference of State Legislatures' research and training, the latest on federalism and the state legislative institution, and posts about state legislators and legislative staff. The blog is edited by NCSL staff and written primarily by NCSL's experts on public policy and the state legislative institution.