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Subject Demolition Workers’ Plight Reveals Enforcement Flaws in State Safety Law
Date November 29, 2022 2:37 AM
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Demolition Workers’ Plight Reveals Enforcement Flaws in New State Safety Law

Under the NY HERO Act, workers can request the creation of a workplace safety committee to assess the effectiveness of security protocols and raise health concerns, among other tasks. But so far, workers have little recourse when employers fail to comply. An amendment to the law awaiting the governor’s signature would create stricter penalties for noncompliance. Read the story ([link removed]) . ([link removed])
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Data Drop: Where the NYC Heat Complaints Are (So Far)
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En julio representantes demócratas en la Cámara presentaron un nuevo proyecto de ley titulado “Renovación de las Disposiciones de Inmigración de la Ley de Inmigración de 1929”, que proporcionaría una vía para la obtención de la ciudadanía a ocho millones de inmigrantes. En septiembre, este mismo proyecto de ley se presentó en el Senado de la mano del senador demócrata, Alex Padilla. Leer la historia ([link removed])

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Opinion: One Easy Fix Could Help Thousands of Recent Venezuelan Immigrants
“Simply by re-designating Temporary Protected Status to include recent arrivals from Venezuela, thousands of asylum seekers would have their legal posture drastically altered, for the better. The Department of Homeland Security has the sole authority to make this change. It could happen with the flick of a pen.” Read the story. ([link removed])

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