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A Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Oct. 31 dismissed a temporary restraining order that blocked the Housing Authority from assigning alternative work schedules for Caretakers, Supervisors of Ca…

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A Traffic Enforcement Agent and 9/11 first-responder who went public with her nightmarish experience with the city’s bureaucracy in her battle for paid sick leave, has died from her World Trad…

Even before the state’s bail-reform law takes effect Jan. 1, ending bail and pre-trial detention for most non-violent felonies and for all mis…

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    For millions of employees and workers who serve our communities, neighborhoods and city on a daily basis, wellness and health benefits have never been more important...

    To the Editor: A closer look at the sky-rocketing costs of the category of drugs known as specialty pharmaceuticals validates a proposal to rein them in, offered by TWU Local 100 President Ton…

    To the Editor: I had to check the byline on a Nov. 1 letter to The Chief-Leader because it read as though it was written by Sean Hannity or even Donald Trump, himself. In just 111 words, I fou…

    To the Editor: In response to Frank DeSanna’s letter in the Nov. 1st edition, I want to thank him for admitting Trump should be Impeached.

    To the Editor: First Local 237 told us that the Alternative Work Schedule was wonderful, then they went to court to try and stop it. Which way is up here?

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    The Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) is a financial boost for workers earning $55,592 or less a year. The IRS estimates that each year one in five eligible Americans misses out on money the gov…