By R.M. Schneiderman
New York moved one step closer on Tuesday toward becoming the first state  to create a bill of rights for domestic workers.
“These basic protections, which most of us take for granted, will result in a dramatic improvement in the daily lives of workers,” said state Sen. Diane Savino, the bill’s sponsor.
In the summer of 2009, the state Assembly passed its own domestic workers bill of rights. The two bodies will now reconcile their respective versions before presenting legislation to Gov. Paterson...
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