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Celebrating 100th Anniversary of Women’s Suffrage in New York
The right to vote is the bedrock upon which democracy is founded. Voting is one of the strongest, most direct ways we can effect change. It's our chance to influence, inspire, make our voices heard and hold our leaders accountable. But not too long...
Celebrating 100 Years of women’s suffrage in New York State
Celebrating 100 Years of women’s suffrage in New York State - Activity Booklet
"This bill would establish a definition of 'public work' in the Labor Law to maintain the integrity of the prevailing wage requirement originally established in the New York State Constitution," said Assembly Member Harry Bronson, speaking about his legislation that subjects all projects financed through certain public entities, to hours, wages and supplements contract requirements. A5498