'Drive for $15' Statewide Bus Tour
Leading the nation in restoring economic justice & fairness to NY working families, Governor Cuomo signs into law a historic $15 minimum wage increase.
Labor leaders, elected officials, clergy members & organizations voiced their support for Governor Cuomo's proposal to raise the minimum wage.
The State University of New York will raise the minimum wage for more than 28,000 employees to $15. This increase will mirror the phased-in schedule for fast food workers secured last year, as well as State Workers announced in October.
Governor Cuomo raises the minimum wage for state workers to $15 per hour, making NY first in the nation to enact a $15 public sector minimum wage.
Governor Cuomo and Mayor Lovely Warren announce that Rochester is raising the minimum wage for public sector workers to $15 per hour.
96 notable clergy members have joined the Mario Cuomo Campaign for Economic Justice, a statewide initiative aimed at building support for a $15 minimum wage for all workers in New York State.
30 civil rights groups and community leaders have joined the Mario Cuomo Campaign for Economic Justice, a statewide initiative aimed building support for a $15 minimum wage for all workers in NYS.
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President of 1199SEIU United Healthcare Workers East
President of the Hotels & Motels Trades Council
President of the Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union
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