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The new initiative is designed to help victims keep their jobs and stay in their homes.

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The Mayor and Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito unveiled their first legislative priority in the new council.

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The City Council voted Thursday to override the mayor's veto of a bill that would ensure paid sick leave.

Midtown »

Companies just over the 15-worker threshold prepare for rising costs.

New York City »

A new ad, set to begin airing Monday, is paid for by a group that wants Quinn to lose.

New York City »

Council Speaker Christine Quinn has thrown her support behind the paid sick leave bill.

Fort George »

Quinn's opponents accused the speaker of "bottling up" debate on the paid sick leave controversy.

New York City »

The website claims that Quinn will hold a vote on the controversial paid sick leave issue.

Elmhurst »

Freddy Castiblanco uses Terraza 7 as a bar, a venue and a meeting place for progressive ideas.

New York City »

Some small businesses and paid sick leave advocates in the city are supporting the new proposal.

Kensington »

Felix Trinidad's widow said her husband would still be alive if he had had paid sick days.

New York City »

A majority of voters support a crackdown on alcohol abuse, a new poll finds.

Manhattan »

Advocates have renewed their push to mandate paid sick leave for businesses with five or more employees.

Manhattan »

The paid sick leave bill would have required companies with 20 or more workers to provide paid sick days to staff.

Manhattan »

Christine Quinn opposed the bill a day after a study showed city workers call out sick three times more than private sector.