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Since the implementation of the first federal minimum wage in 1938, there have been several successful attempts to increase the wage on both the federal and state level to account for cost of livin

With the clock winding down on New York’s legislative session (it ends on June 21), there are still numerous important issues that have yet to be brought to a vote.

Anyone who has spent time in the halls of the Capitol building in Albany will tell you that the trick to passing legislation in New York is getting a deal from the “three men in a room.” In this ca

I experienced a profound moment of clarity Monday afternoon.

Juliana Schnur

More than 50 Reform Jews will gather in Albany, NY, on Monday to advocate for three issues—reproductive health, campaign finance reform and an increase in the minimum wage—as part of

Register now to join Reform Jewish Voice of New York State on Monday, May 7, in Albany as we celebrate a decade

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