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Prieto, Oliver, Quijano, Pintor Marin & Schaer Unveil Bill to Boost Wages for Service Workers at Newark Liberty, Newark Penn & Hoboken Terminal

Bill Addresses Income Inequality & Requires Prevailing Wages for Service Workers Struggling to Make Ends Meet

Sponsors Welcome SEIU Support

Assembly Democrats Speaker Vincent Prieto, Speaker Emeritus Sheila Oliver, Annette Quijano, Eliana Pintor Marin and Gary Schaer on Friday announced they've introduced legislation to require prevailing wages be paid to all subcontracted transportation service workers at Newark Liberty International Airport, Newark Penn Station and the Hoboken Terminal.

"Airlines are making billions in profits while the workers who keep the industry running each and every day are struggling to make ends meet with little to no benefits," said Prieto (D-Hudson/Bergen). "Sadly, many of these workers earning meager wages likely live in poverty, which is unacceptable and offensive. The time has come to right this wrong…"

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Caride, McKnight, Holley & Pintor Marin Bill to Connect English Language Learners to Gifted & Talented Programs in Schools Advanced by Senate Panel

Legislation sponsored by Assembly Democrats Marlene Caride, Angela McKnight, Jamel Holley and Eliana Pintor Marin to help connect high-performing non-native English speakers to resources that can foster their academic potential was advanced Thursday by the Senate Education Committee.

"Too often, students with exceptional intellectual capabilities are overlooked because of their limited ability to express themselves in English. The reality, however, is that these students typically can read and write at an advanced level in their native languages, excel at mathematics and are adept at learning a new language and culture," said Caride (D-Bergen/Passaic)...

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