Jonathan Lewis

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About Jonathan Lewis

Jonathan Lewis joined the Center 2018 where he focuses on creating economic opportunity for Texas families through policies that promote financial security and create good jobs. Previously, Jonathan worked as a policy analyst at the Texas Legislative Budget Board where he worked on the Texas Government Efficiency and Effectiveness Report and Health and Human Services forecasting. Jonathan’s prior work experience also includes working with the New York City Mayor’s Office of Management and Budget where he worked on consumer protection which included implementation of the city’s paid sick leave law. Jonathan earned his Master of Public Administration from New York University’s Robert F. Wagner School of Public Service and a Bachelor of Business Administration in Economics from Baylor University.

New Temporary Emergency Paid Sick Leave for Many Texans, but It’s Not Enough

As we begin to wrap our heads around this unprecedented national emergency, one thing has been made clear: All working Americans need access to paid sick leave. The coronavirus crisis has made it evident that paid sick leave is crucial for public health and well-being. That’s why Congress passed the Families First Coronavirus Response Act, which – among