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John C. Liu
Former Comptroller and Councilmember of the City of New York. State Senator representing New York's 11th District.
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Queens Greenway Apr 21
Learn to Ride in Eastern Queens this Spring!
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Eugene Tseng Mar 14
Thank you, Councilmember , for hosting ’s Government Budgeting & Financial Management class and answering questions about the transportation budget, in the Chamber this morning.
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Grace Rauh Apr 17
🚨🚨NY1 special show on congestion pricing tonight at 8🚨🚨I’ll be talking to journalists, advocates, an opponent and a skeptic of the plan. Thank you in advance to from & from .
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Erica Vladimer Apr 17
Take a look at the 22 electeds, advocates and experts that expressed their support for additional hearings and meaningful reform. You can also read the ⁦⁩ letter to our state leaders.
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John C. Liu Apr 17
Enjoyed speaking at the luncheon at in Bayside - the pastrami sandwiches served for lunch were a bonus.
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John C. Liu Apr 14
Happy New Year - Shubho Nabho Barsho!
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John C. Liu Apr 12
I know the women and men who make up the Hotel Trades Council, and they are hard-working New Yorkers who make our city a better place to live.
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NYS Senate Democrats Apr 11
“Discrimination in the workplace is bad enough, but unaddressed it becomes far more pernicious as people face taunts and eventually abuse that goes beyond verbal." - Sen. Via
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John C. Liu Apr 10
Yesterday I added my voice to those of my colleagues, in support of the - let's get it done.
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Sikh Coalition Apr 9
“New York has sent a clear message to employers that we must respect and protect religious rights in the workplace." –Nikki Singh, Policy & Advocacy Manager Thank you , the eleven co-sponsors of SB 4037, and for bringing this legislation to fruition!
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John C. Liu Apr 9
S4037 just passed 60-0
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New York Senate Apr 9
Bill S4037, sponsored by Senator , passed 60-0 (unofficial). Prohibits discrimination against religious attire:
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Jessica Ramos Apr 9
Who we are, what we wear, and how we worship should never be reasons to discriminate or barriers to serve. Senator Liu’s bill ensures that every New Yorker is protected. After all, workplaces are for everyone, and so is America.
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John C. Liu Apr 9
This afternoon, Bill S4037 comes to the floor for a vote. This bill expressly prohibits discrimination by employers on the basis of religious attire and appearance and will ultimately help eradicate bigotry and intolerance in our state. Thanks to all who rallied in support.
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Citizen Action of NY Apr 9
"It's our job to leave this planet better than we found it...We need to protect our planet from climate change. It's our responsibility!"
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Sikh Coalition Apr 9
Replying to @sikh_coalition
Senate Bill 4037 makes clear that employers have an obligation to provide reasonable accommodations for religious attire & grooming practices. TODAY: Join a rally in support of SB 4037 at the NY State Capitol Building (Washington Ave and State St, Albany, NY) from 12 pm onwards.
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mike murphy Apr 9
“To this day people are still discriminated against because of what they wear for their religious observance,” told the Daily News. “This bill expressly prohibits discriminating against anyone in the workplace because of what they have to wear”
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NYS Senate Democrats Apr 8
Via Senators joined The WELL Campaign, an advocacy effort to improve student health and well-being in New York.
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World Journalism Apr 8
State Senator John Liu visited WJPS on Friday, April 5, 2019. He is Chairperson of the NYC Education Committee, as well as a member of the NY State Education Committee. He met with members of our Student Government and principal, Dr. Werner
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Ed Braunstein Apr 8
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