From Gloria and Peter, Green Party of New York <[email protected]>
Subject Grading The Legislature: Progress For NY Farm Workers and Immigrants
Date August 2, 2019 6:57 PM
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Happy August! We have the third post in our series <[link removed]> breaking down what Democrats in Albany achieved (or failed to achieve) in the legislative session, having gained control of both houses and the governor's mansion.

We've been pretty blunt about the half-measures (and no-measures) the Dems have squandered their majority on, this year, but we want to show some appreciation for two bills that labor and community activists fought hard to get passed that will improve working conditions for farm workers and restore some degree of mobility and autonomy to undocumented immigrants in New York:

We speak of the United States’ rich history of militant labor struggle perhaps less often than we should, enjoying its hard-earned fruits without the perspective needed to continue to foster its vital legacy. We must pay close attention not only to this courageous history, but to how this movement continues to fight for justice into the present day. Fortunately, this past legislative session, New York added one more significant achievement to this longstanding workers’ tradition by passing Assembly bill A8419, the Farm Laborers Fair Protection Act, <[link removed]> signed into law by Governor Andrew Cuomo on July 17th.

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Gloria and Peter,
Green Party of New York
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