Today, the Adult Survivors Act (S.66/A.648), sponsored by Senate Judiciary Committee Chair Brad Hoylman and Assembly Member Linda B. Rosenthal, passed the Senate Judiciary Committee.
Days before the end of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Assemblymember Linda B. Rosenthal (D/WF-Manhattan), Chair of the Committee on Social Services.
State Senator Brian Kavanagh, Chair of the Senate Housing Committee, and Assemblymember Linda B. Rosenthal,
Today, the Adult Survivors Act (S.66/A.648), sponsored by Senate Judiciary Committee Chair Brad Hoylman and Assembly Member Linda B. Rosenthal passed the Senate Judiciary Committee.
Today Senator Brad Hoylman, Senator Anna M. Kaplan, Assembly Member Linda B. Rosenthal and Assembly Member Charles D. Lavine introduced comprehensive legislation to curb the manufacturing of “ghost guns.”
Today, in a private ceremony, Governor Kathy Hochul signed New York Senate Bill 1902A (S1902A/A1245A) into law.
Following a national search, New York City Mayor Eric Adams today appointed Jamie Rubin as chair of the New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) board and elevated Lisa Bova-Hiatt to be permanent CEO of the Authority.
Today, the New York State Senate passed S5915, sponsored by Senator Kristen Gonzalez (SD-59) and Assemblymember Linda Rosenthal (AD-67).
New York Attorney General Letitia James, State Senator Brian Kavanagh, State Senator Zellnor Myrie, and Assemblymember Helene Weinstein today announced new legislation.
New York Attorney General Letitia James today secured the largest multistate agreement with JUUL Labs Inc. (JUUL).
Senator Brian Kavanagh and Assemblymember Grace Lee were joined by colleagues in the Legislature, public housing and subsidized housing tenant leaders.
On Thursday, March 2, 2023, NYSNA members held actions at public hospitals from Harlem to Hollis on the day that their union contract expired.
New York City Mayor Eric Adams today took action to promote a more equitable cannabis market from Harlem to Hollis.
Approximately 30,000 NYSNA nurses have union contracts expiring on December 31, 2022, or in early 2023.
Today, Governor Kathy Hochul signed a nation-leading legislative package to immediately protect the rights of women and medical providers.