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April 1, 2016
"There's still much work to do for both SUNY and CUNY. Our public higher education systems are ours. There are a couple of million, two to three million New Yorkers, who are alumni and taxpayers, and we have close to one million New Yorkers there now. So, going forward, we all have to pull together to ensure the that the public higher education system that is our future, is actually treated fairly in executive budgets going forward," Assemblywoman Glick said while voting in the affirmative for a bill that provides a minimum wage increase, paid family leave and restored revenue for high education. (A-9006)