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CUNY contracts are negotiated at the bargaining table, but won on the ground. And we need to keep up the pressure on CUNY and the State and City officials who approve our contracts. That's why hundreds of CUNY faculty and professional staff rallied and marched on Tuesday, October 21st. After a spirited early evening rally at the Community Church of New York on East 35th Street, attendees took to the streets, marching, chanting and singing as they went past the governor's NYC office and then to new CUNY headquarters on East 42nd Street. The message: CUNY NEEDS A RAISE.
Nov. 4 Elections: Battle for State Senate
Key races this November could determine the make-up of the New York State Senate - and with it, the fate of key progressive legislation.
New York’s November Ballot Proposals
There are three referendum questions on this November’s ballot in New York State: Proposal 1 would make certain changes to New York’s redistricting process; Proposal 2 allows bills in the State Legislature to be submitted electronically, instead of always requiring paper copies; while Proposal 3 would authorize $2 billion in bonds for computer hardware in school classrooms. Proposal 1 has sparked the most controversy.