Advocates for poor, infirm set NY priorities
A day before the governor officially outlines his priorities for the year, about 75 people rallied Tuesday on the steps of New York's Capitol to call for a $10 minimum wage, pushing big money out of politics, and increasing funding for hunger prevention and affordable housing.
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Since: Dec 12
#2 Jan 9, 2013
Hunger and homelessness can be prevented by WORKING.
Pay attention in school, stop handing around with those hoodlum friends of yours, get a job, and you'll be just fine.
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