The Fresh Air Fund Looking For Nurses For Summer Sleepaway Camps In New York State

The Fresh Air Fund is hiring summer camp nurses for an experience of a lifetime at The Fund’s sleepaway camps in Fishkill, New York, and in Harriman State Park, New York. Continue Reading →


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NY Legislature Updates Law On Real Estate “Salesmen” To Be Gender Inclusive

Last week, The New York State Assembly passed legislation, S.536a/A.8077a, introduced by Senator Anna M. Kaplan (D-North Hills) and Assembly Member Danny O’Donnell (D-Morningside Heights). Continue Reading →


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Workers, Lawmakers, Business Leaders Rally For Minimum Wage Raises From Harlem To The Hudson

Today, a coalition of workers, community groups, labor unions, and business leaders launched a new campaign to increase the minimum wage across New York State and ensure it never falls behind again. Continue Reading →


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WE ACT Applauds NY State Legislature For Passing Bills To Reduce The Impacts Of Pollution On Disadvantaged Communities

Yesterday the New York State Senate and Assembly passed legislation – S.8830 and A.2103C, respectively.

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Harlem’s WE ACT Responds To The New York State Inadequately Funded Budget

WE- ACT writes that while New York State Governor Kathy Hochul and our legislators have frequently expressed support for environmental and climate justice.

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Additional Letters Published By Office Of Inspector General As Part Of Transparency Initiative

The New York State Inspector General is celebrating the agency’s commitment to transparency and open government by releasing an additional five historical letters online during Sunshine Week. Continue Reading →


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Albany Legislators Can’t Repeat Redistricting Commission’s Failure To Create Fair District Maps

This morning, the New York State Independent Redistricting Commission released two sets of draft maps after failing to reach a bipartisan consensus. Continue Reading →


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