Diane Savino

An Uber vehicle.
Sen. Diane Savino will hold a public hearing on Tuesday to hear from stakeholders, gig workers and labor organizers.
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AB5 would turn gig workers into full employees, and New York may soon follow.
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A delivery cyclist.
You may have OT, minimum wage and discrimination safeguards. Does your delivery guy?
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Former IDC member David Carlucci passed 61 bills, the most in the Senate.
The IDC’s last two former members aren’t just surviving – they’re thriving.
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The New York State Capitol in Albany.
Sen. Kevin Thomas’s New York Privacy Act and state Sen. Diane Savino’s Dependent Worker Act are among the bills stalled until next session.
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Uber app.
Both labor and industry are fighting the 11th-hour legislation.
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Hands rolling a joint
Negotiations stalled over the weekend, but there are back-up bills
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Person working on a laptop.
A new bill would require state contractors to use work-monitoring software. Some fear privacy risks.
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New York Senator Kevin Parker stands with Senate members during a press conference
A hot temper continues to cause trouble for the Brooklyn legislator.
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A voter looks over a sample 2016 New York ballot showing presidential candidates on multiple party lines.
New York’s unusual, controversial cross-endorsement practice is under discussion.
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