Paid Family Leave Campaign to Have April 30 Statewide Teleconference with Perez, Gillibrand

The campaign to enact Paid Family Leave in New York State gets a boost on April 30 from national leaders at an event that will shown across the state.  National Paid Family leave champions, U.S. Labor Secretary Tom Perez and Senator Kirsten Gillibrand will be teleconferenced at each location to send a strong message to Albany that New York should be the next state to enact Paid Family Leave.

New York needs to pass Paid Family Leave so that workers are no longer forced to choose between economic security and caring for our families. We must #MakeNYNext!  Currenlty, New Jersey, California and Rhode Island have enacted Paid Family leave.

Please help spread the word.  Here are the locations around the state at SEIU offices where you can view the event.  For more information, contact Eric Williams at ericwiliams.nypfli@gmail.com

Make NY Next: Locations

April 30th, 2015 @ 9:30AM

Albany @ 155 Washington Avenue/Albany NY 12210

Buffalo @ 2421 Main Street, Suite 100/Buffalo, NY 14214

Gouverneur @ 95 East Main Street/Gouverneur, NY 13642

Hicksville @ 100 Duffy Ave/Hicksville, NY 11801

Rochester @ 259 Monroe Ave., Suite 220/Rochester, NY 14607

Syracuse @ 250 S. Clinton Street Ste. 200/Syracuse, NY 13203

NYC @330 W. 42nd St, NY, NY

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gny53

I have been a senior advocate for most of my career. I was Executive Director of the New York StateWide Senior Action Council and the New York State Alliance for Retired Americans. In 2007-2010 I was the Director of the New York State Office for the Aging

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