Teamsters Endorse Rafael Espinal for Public Advocate

International Brotherhood of Teamsters Joint Council 16 represents 120,000 workers and 27 local unions in and around New York City.

Teamsters Endorse Rafael Espinal for Public Advocate

By Teamsters (Press Release) Rafael Espinal, candidate for NYC Public Advocate, is honored to accept the endorsement of International Brotherhood of Teamsters Joint Council 16, which represents 120,000 workers and 27 local unions in and around New York City. George Miranda, President of Joint Council 16, said: “Rafael Espinal has stood up for working people […]

The Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights: “The BRIDGE Act…only extends immigration purgatory for more than two million people who live, work, and give to our nation.”

For Immediate Release: January 19, 2019

The Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights: “The BRIDGE Act…only extends immigration purgatory for more than two million people who live, work, and give to our nation.”

CHIRLA rejects President Trump’s so-called immigration “compromise” proposal and calls on Republicans to grow a spine and end shutdown immediately. Los Angeles, CA — The Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights (CHIRLA), the largest immigrant right organization in California, said Saturday President Trump’s so-called offer to end shutdown is nothing more than a gimmick from a […]

“I work for the people of New York and independence is what you expect of your State Comptroller.” – NY State Comptroller DiNapoli

Inaugural Address, January 13, 2019

“I work for the people of New York and independence is what you expect of your State Comptroller.” – NY State Comptroller DiNapoli

Excerpt of remarks from DiNapoli’s Inaugural Address (January 13, 2019), courtesy of Office of the NY State Comptroller: So on May 3, 1972, 712 voters in the Mineola School District elected this 18 year old high school senior, student organization president and soon to be Hofstra freshman to the Board of Education. Did they have […]

How the Immigrant’s Journal & Legal Educational Fund, Inc., Fights Injustice for You

The IJLEF acts to empower immigrants and protect them against proposals such as the Public Charge Rule

How the Immigrant’s Journal & Legal Educational Fund, Inc., Fights Injustice for You

By IJLEF, Inc. Immigrating to the United States is a difficult task that raises many questions for immigrants who want to ensure their rights to stay in this country. If you’ve ever researched the legality of immigrating to the U.S. from any country, you may have asked yourself these questions: What is Unlawful Presence? What […]

New York’s Attorney General-elect to Investigate Trump’s Violations of Law

The Trump brand is headquartered in New York, which gives Ms. James the power to investigate him and his associates.

New York’s Attorney General-elect to Investigate Trump’s Violations of Law

Letitia (Tish) James, New York’s incoming Attorney General, told NBC News that she wants to investigate Donald Trump and his inner circle, including his family and business associates.    “We will use every area of the law to investigate President Trump and his business transactions and that of his family as well….We want to investigate […]

What’s Next After the Midterm Blue Wave in New York State

Over the years leading up to 2018’s blue wave phenomenon, when pressed about why New York Democrats have failed to follow suit, their reply has always come at the end of a finger pointed squarely at the Republican majority; a majority that no longer exists.

What’s Next After the Midterm Blue Wave in New York State

A blue wave swept through the Empire State and across Capitol Hill on Election Day, leaving a reinvigorated Democratic Party in its wake. For the first time in a decade the Democrats have regained control of the New York legislature and are now poised to implement the very bills and policies that were their rallying […]

Why American Political Divisions Aren’t Red versus Blue, But Fixed versus Fluid

Obama vs Trump

Why American Political Divisions Aren’t Red versus Blue, But Fixed versus Fluid

By Ezra Klein (Vox) “Of the many factors that make up your worldview, one is more fundamental than any other in determining which side of the divide you gravitate toward: your perception of how dangerous the world is. Fear is perhaps our most primal instinct, after all, so it’s only logical that people’s level of […]

Why Court Awarded 20 Million Won in Compensation to Air Korea Flight Attendant

Many of South Korea's biggest businesses -- including Korean Air, Samsung and Hyundai -- are family-run conglomerates known as "chaebol" inside the country.

Why Court Awarded 20 Million Won in Compensation to Air Korea Flight Attendant

By Sophie Jeong and Joshua Berlinger (CNN) South Koreans have long voiced frustration over what they see as corrupt and entitled behavior by the families that run chaebols. Korean Air has been ordered to pay 20 million South Korean won (almost $18,000) to a flight attendant after he was excoriated by an executive when he […]

The EEOC in the Trump Era

EEOC litigation picked up in the fiscal year ended September 30, 2018, and the agency just held a major public hearing in October to further its focus on workplace harassment.

The EEOC in the Trump Era

By Paul R. Monsees (The National Law Review) Despite having only three active members on its five-member Commission and having no General Counsel, the EEOC has remained quite busy in its strategic enforcement of federal workplace discrimination laws. You may remember that since the 2016 election, the EEOC has been operating with an acting Republican […]

Brooklyn District Attorney Announces Two Events to Allow Individuals to Erase Past Low-Level Marijuana Convictions

Community-Based Opportunities to Consult with Defense Lawyers and File Motions to Erase Convictions for Cases that are No Longer Being Prosecuted in Brooklyn

Brooklyn District Attorney Announces Two Events to Allow Individuals to Erase Past Low-Level Marijuana Convictions

Press Release, Brooklyn District Attorney’s Office — Brooklyn District Attorney Eric Gonzalez today announced two community-based sessions next week where individuals who have been previously convicted in Brooklyn for a misdemeanor marijuana possession offense will be able to meet with a defense lawyer at no cost and fill out a motion asking to erase that conviction. […]

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