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Working people have borne the brunt of the pandemic with their lives and livelihoods. And, unless New York raises revenue to fund vital services, they will be the victim of the crisis once again. Contact your Senator and Member of Assembly and tell them, they cannot rebuild our economy by balancing the state’s budget on the backs of working people.

The Board has a very simple decision to make; it can ensure these workers receive the comp benefits to which they are entitled by acknowledging that for all of these workers, COVID-19 is an occupational disease, or it can further burden them by allowing insurance carriers to shirk their responsibilities, denying them health care, wage replacement, and death benefits.  

We will beat this virus and rebuild the economy, but only if Congress protects workers in the next COVID-19 relief package. Take action today! #UnionStrong

People who work regularly for these app companies are truly employees, and they deserve the same protections as other workers in our state, including a fair wage, safe workplaces, and protection from layoffs or disability.

  • Union workers on Strike for almost TWO YEARS
  • Internet speed way slower than Spectrum claims
  • Frequent outages and DVR not recording
  • Defective routers, modems & cable boxes
  • Random increases to your already expensive bill

Spectrum customers - along with the NY Attorney General’s office - have a long list of gripes with Spectrum Cable. With an income over $490 million and CEO Tom Rutledge earning a salary of $98.5 million, it’s clear that Spectrum Cable is fleecing its customers, overcharging for horrible service while raking in huge profits.

Tell Congress to repeal the tax cuts for the wealthy and corporations instead of cutting the vital programs that benefit nearly one-third of the U.S. population.