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Daily News: EXCLUSIVE: Coalition pushes wage raises, expanded housing in bid to end NYC homelessness in five years

EXCLUSIVE: Coalition pushes wage raises, expanded housing in bid to end NYC homelessness in five years Jennifer Fermino | April 7, 2015 Homelessness could be a thing of the past in New York City in five years if the city and state take a few crucial steps — including raising the minimum wage, according to […]

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Ending Homelessness: How Mayor de Blasio and Governor Cuomo Can Do It

This report from the Homes for Every New Yorker coalition brings together the best thinking and policy analysis on homeless solutions to show how the de Blasio and Cuomo administrations can eradicate mass homelessness by 2020. We present nine key strategies that, if pursued together, can create homes for every New Yorker over the next […]

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What the New York State Budget Deal Means for Us

WHAT THE NEW YORK STATE BUDGET MEANS FOR US Over 400 people gathered in Albany for the 2015 HIV/AIDS Legislative Action Day   After reaching a closed door, three-way deal between Governor Andrew Cuomo, Senate Majority Leader Dean Skelos and Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie, the New York State legislature voted early this morning to ratify the […]

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Progressives Demand Cuomo Appoint Special Prosecutor for Cop Cases Will Bredderman | March 12, 2015 Members of the City Council’s Progressive Caucus today joined with minority activist groups to demand Gov. Andrew Cuomo appoint special prosecutors in police killings—and to trash the governor’s State of the State proposal to create an independent monitor to review […]

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