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  • Tell Senator Flanagan to Bring the Call Center Bill to a Vote!
    Updated On: Jun 26, 2018

    The End is Nigh!

    The end of the 2018 NY Legislative Session, that is; on Wednesday, June 20th, our elected State Representatives retire from the Business of the People until the 2018 Mid-Term Elections come rolling in. 

    Call Senate Majority Leader John Flanagan at 855-980-2291 and tell him: 

    “We need to bring the NY Call Center Jobs Act (S.6282A) to a vote in the Senate and end tax breaks for offshoring call center jobs.”

    Having passed the Assembly vote 111 to 21 (A07615A), and with 42 sponsors in the Senate (S06282A), the Call Center Bill has received an unprecedented level of bi-partisan support in the 202nd New York State Legislature.  Unfortunately, "overwhelming support" doesn't turn bills into laws, and the only thing standing in the way of a Working Class Victory is one man:  Senate Majority Leader John J. Flanagan.

    Now, my Brothers and Sisters, is the time to flood Senator Flanagan's office with calls, whether you live in his district or not - tell him to bring S.6282A to the Senate floor for a vote before they close the doors on 2018. We need to call him every day, every lunch, every break, and tell him to stop standing in the way of the people of New York and let the Call Center Bill get a fair vote.  Ask your family to call.  Ask your friends to call.  Ask your fellow church members, your workout buddies, and your game night friends. Do not let him ignore us. It's time to make some noise!

    Rise, Fight, and WIN!


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