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- NYC Council Caucuses Issue Statement on Anti-Immigrant Executive Order
- Internship Opportunity at the Progressive Caucus
- Victory: Council Passes Freelance Isn’t Free Act
- New York Letter Calling on CFPB to End Predatory Payday Lending
- Victory: Council Passes Multi-racial ID Bill
- Statement on #EdWalk to Demand Campaign for Fiscal Equity Funding
- Caucus and over 500 Elected Officials Speak Out Against Anti-Muslim Bigotry
- Council Members Hold Hearing on the Right to Counsel for Low-Income Tenants in Housing Court
- Rent Justice Coalition Files Lawsuit to Defend Rent Freeze
- Progressive Caucus Supports End of LIU Faculty Lock Out
- Progressive Caucus, electeds and advocates file briefs in support of CCRB transparency
Author Archives: nycprogressives
The Progressive Caucus seeks a full-time Coordinator to facilitate the operations of the Caucus. This individual will be hired by Caucus members, and will be an employee of the New York City Council.
In a landmark victory for the nation’s 55 million independent workers, the New York City Council passed the “Freelance Isn’t Free” Act – first-of-its-kind legislation that extends the social safety net and provides millions of NYC freelancers with unprecedented wage … Continue reading
On Oct. 7, the New Economy Project submitted a powerful letter –- signed by the Progressive Caucus and 130 other New York elected officials; a government agency; community, labor, civil rights, faith-based, and legal services groups; and community development financial institutions –- forcefully urging … Continue reading
On October 13th, the City Council voted on three bills that would ensure appropriate collection of demographic information – including race, ethnicity and sexual identity data from those who access City services.
Members of the City Council Progressive Caucus unite under the charge to create a more just and equal New York. We are concerned that New York State’s continued refusal to fully fund our public schools reinforces a model that leaves … Continue reading