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NYPD union given voice in protest suits

A Federal appeals court has granted the Police Benevolent Association the right to intervene in lawsuits stemming from the NYPD’s handling of street protests following the May 2020 death of …

Mayor rethinking budget trims

With the number of School Safety Agents down more than 20 percent since June 2020 because of attrition and a wave of retirements, Schools Chancellor David Banks said he is hopeful of adding another …

Higher payments for opt-out illegal

A Manhattan Supreme Court Justice has ruled that the NYC Medicare Advantage Plus plan scheduled to take effect April 1 was illegal as constituted because it placed a greater financial burden on retirees who elected to stay in the current Senior Care program

The Municipal Labor Committee July 14 overwhelmingly approved a transition from the city's Medicare program for retired employees and their beneficiaries to a privately managed plan that is …

City Gets Some Labor Relief, Pushing Back Need for Major Layoffs

City workers can breathe a sigh of relief that they will not be getting layoff notices before the Nov. 3 election, Mayor de Blasio said during his Oct. 14 press briefing. For months he had warned …

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