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NYS Shut Out Of Tax Bill Negotiations

House leaders have announced the members of the conference committee that will hammer out a compromise tax bill, and there are no New Yorkers on the list — even though Rep. Tom Reed, a Corning Republican, and Rep. Brian Higgins, a Buffalo Democrat, both sit on the tax-writing Ways and Means Committee.

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Rally held in Brooklyn to urge increase in wages for DSPs

BeFair2DirectCare is requesting that the remaining four installments be condensed into three installments over the next two fiscal years.

“They can’t live on the money they’re making,” said State Senator Marty Golden.

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#bFair2DirectCare Gears Up In Brooklyn Monday

JOIN US!

Monday, December 4

11 a.m. – 12 p.m. Rally

Doors open 10:15am

Urge Governor Cuomo and NY State lawmakers to #bFair2DirectCare and provide funding for direct care workers to receive a living wage.

                                                                                 

LOCATION: St. Francis College

182 Remsen Street

Brooklyn

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Students with disabilities now able to graduate with classmates

Washingtonville High School graduate Zachary Lerman has autism, and because of policies in place, almost didn’t get the chance to walk with his class at graduation.

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Focus Is On Two Vacant NYS Senate Seats

Filling those seats, held by Sens. George Latimer and Ruben Diaz who are leaving office at the end of the year after winning local elections, is key to the plan for reconciling the two factions of Democrats in the state Senate.

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