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ALBANY JUNE 8, 2010—State Senate Majority Leader Pedro Espada, Jr. today said that the dramatic reform he led in the New York State Senate one year ago was not born out of rebellion, but rather the need to empower all 62 senators and the fastest-growing ethnic population in the state. He also said that the events of June 8, 2009 were fully done within the rules of the New York State Senate.
Espada Says Legislation Protecting Domestic Workers Was Long Overdue; After Senate Passes Bill, He Uses Opportunity to Renew Call for Long Overdue Legislative Protections for Another Work Force – Farm Workers
Press contact: Franck LaBoy 718.220.5480May 21, 2010: More than 105 seniors were present when New York State Senate Majority Leader Pedro Espada, Jr. visited with senior moms at the JASA Senior Center located at 3880 Sedgwick Avenue. It was an enjoyable event, including an impromptu dance between Senator Espada and a 98-year-young lady, in celebration of the everlasting love and work of motherhood.
Brought to you by Senate Majority Leader Pedro Espada, Jr., who is also theSenate Vice President of Urban Policy & PlanningFor more information, please contact:Mr. Elison J. ElliottSpecial Adviser to the Senate Majority LeaderEconomic Director - Office of the VP of Urban Policy & PlanningThe Hon. Pedro Espada, Jr., Senator - 33rd Senate District400 East Fordham Road, 7th FLBronx, New York 10458(718) 220-5480, Ext 1546