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Margaret Poydock

Margaret Poydock is the policy associate at the Economic Policy Institute. In her role, she assists the policy team in managing EPI’s legislative and policy initiatives to build a more just economy. Previously, Poydock was EPI’s communications assistant. In that position, she provided support for the media relations, publications, and web departments.

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The Biden Administration Can Reverse Much of Trump’s Bad Labor Policy Without Congress

The Trump administration has consistently advanced a pro-corporate, anti-worker agenda. It is critical that the Biden administration work with the same diligence from day one to reverse these actions.

Celine McNicholas ·


The Passage of California’s Proposition 22 Would Give Digital Platform Companies a Free Pass to Misclassify Their Workers

Californians must require that companies follow the law and properly classify their workers. No company should be able to buy its way out of treating workers fairly.

Margaret Poydock ·


President Trump Has Attacked Workers’ Safety, Wages, and Rights Since Day One

Here's a look at five of the worst actions the Trump administration has taken against workers.

Margaret Poydock ·


Republicans and Corporate Interests Exploit Coronavirus Crisis to Erase Companies' Liability

Any effort to immunize corporations from responsibility to ensure workers a safe workplace will only lead to fewer protections for working people.

Celine McNicholas ·


We Need an Essential Workers Bill of Rights—Now

Congress must include worker protections in the next coronavirus relief bill.

Celine McNicholas ·

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