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New York Times reporters Brian Whitaker and Maggie Haberman have obtained the full text of the resolution passed at the annual meeting of the New York State Conference of the Democratic Party, where they also uncovered information about the party’s recent efforts to enact legislation that would require all state government employees to wear safety boots.
The Times’ report details how the Democratic Party in New York, with more than 20,000 party members, has lobbied for safety boots in recent years, lobbying both Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) and the Democratic leaders of both houses of the legislature, Democratic Leader Daniel Squadron and the Independent Democratic Conference.
For the past five years, when a person needs to go to a doctor and gets sick while working, there must우리카지노 be an employee wearing shoes equipped with safety boots, according to the resolution. This policy has not been enforced, however, and many workers have complained that they have been forced to wear the barefoot option in order to be safe.
At the meeting, New York D더킹카지노emocratic State Conference officials voted to pass the resolution.
“The message is loud and clear,” said Daniel Squadron, chairman of the Independent Democratic Conference. “Safety is going out wit더킹카지노h the Republican Party. The Republicans know they are wrong, but they are still trying to enforce their anti-worker anti-people law to shut down safe cities and state agencies like our public safety and fire protection agencies.”
New York state Republican leaders quickly rejected the resolution. State Assembly member Robert Foran said that any resolution that has not yet passed by the Republican-led Assembly would require the governor’s signature.
“Let’s do it right, but I’m not going to put a stamp of approval,” Foran told the Times, referring to the proposal to require all state government workers to wear safety boots. “And I’m not going to put a stamp of approval on anything where a Democrat who is elected president, or anyone else, is going to say, ‘No, you don’t have to wear safety boots.’ ”
Foran, who chairs the State Democratic Party’s State Rules Committee, has also introduced a bill that would prohibit the use of union “battalions” at state agencies and put a cap on the amount of overtime paid workers.
He also sent a letter to Cuomo urging him to veto the new bill. He said that while the proposal would help workers, it would lead to the demise of local governments that had to implement the policy because the cost and tim