EPISO & Allies Pass Texas’ 2nd Wage Theft Ordinance in El Paso

EPISO and allies, including the Paso del Norte Civil Rights Project, celebrated the passage of a wage theft ordinance created in collaboration with city council, El Paso Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and the Greater El Paso Chamber of Commerce.  Mayor Leeser declared that El Paso will be “only the second city [in the state of Texas] to ever” enable the city to refuse to award contracts to employers who violated wage theft laws.

Over the next 60 days, EPISO and Border Interfaith leaders will work with the city to consider amendments potentially granting additional powers to refuse to grant, or revoke, permits and licenses to wage theft violators.

El Paso Wage Theft Law Good for Workers, El Paso Times

El Paso Adopts Anti-Wage Theft Ordinance, El Paso Times


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