The Mayor and Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito unveiled their first legislative priority in the new council.
The City Council voted Thursday to override the mayor's veto of a bill that would ensure paid sick leave.
Companies just over the 15-worker threshold prepare for rising costs.
A new ad, set to begin airing Monday, is paid for by a group that wants Quinn to lose.
Council Speaker Christine Quinn has thrown her support behind the paid sick leave bill.
Quinn's opponents accused the speaker of "bottling up" debate on the paid sick leave controversy.
The website claims that Quinn will hold a vote on the controversial paid sick leave issue.
Freddy Castiblanco uses Terraza 7 as a bar, a venue and a meeting place for progressive ideas.
Some small businesses and paid sick leave advocates in the city are supporting the new proposal.
Felix Trinidad's widow said her husband would still be alive if he had had paid sick days.
A majority of voters support a crackdown on alcohol abuse, a new poll finds.
Advocates have renewed their push to mandate paid sick leave for businesses with five or more employees.
The paid sick leave bill would have required companies with 20 or more workers to provide paid sick days to staff.
Christine Quinn opposed the bill a day after a study showed city workers call out sick three times more than private sector.
Making paid sick leave mandatory would be "a terrible, terrible idea," the mayor said.
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