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In Albany, union workers call for a higher minimum wage

Caravan of hundreds rallies for lawmakers’ proposal over Hochul’s

Posted 2/3/23

Hundreds of union workers, organizers and activists from New York City converged on the state capitol Wednesday in support of legislation that would raise the minimum wage in New York City and its suburbs to $21.25 by 2026 and tie future raises to cost-of-living increases

The bill, proposed by State Senator Jessica Ramos and State Assembly Member Latoya Joyner, would also raise the minimum wage in parts of the state outside of the city to $20 by 2026.

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