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Fight Suffolk’s New Anti-Immmigrant Law

A vote on IR 1105 has been set for Tuesday, May 13 in the Suffolk County legislature.  IR 1105 is looking to financially penalize any housing contractor found to have hired a worker without documentation or with documentation discrepancies.

This bill is bad for the Long Island economy, it hurts one of our most vulnerable economic sectors, housing  – as well as one of Long Islands most powerful economic contributors, immigrants. This bill wrongly places blame on employers and will open the flood gates for discrimination against immigrant workers in Long Island.

Ways you can mobilize AGAINST this Bill:

  • Call and/or email the Four legislators who have not firmly committed their votes either way. Movement among these four legislators could mean the passage or defeat of this bill. Urge these legislators to vote AGAINST IR 1105:
    • Steven Stern: 631-854-5100 (Centerport, Deer Park, East Northport, Greenlawn, Melville, North Babylon, Dix Hills and Elwood)
    • Wayne Horsley: 631-854-1100 (Lindenhurst Village, Babylon Village, the hamlets of West Babylon and North Lindenhurst, portions of Copiague, North Babylon, and Babylon’s barrier beach communities)
    • John Kennedy: 631-854-3735 (Smithtown, Nesconset, Hauppauge, the Village of the Branch, Lake Grove and parts of Commack, Islandia and Ronkonkoma)
    • Jay Schneiderman: 631-852-8400 (Town of East Hampton, Town of Southampton)
  • Attend a Prayer Vigil with the Long Island WINS, Long Island Immigrant Alliance, religious leaders and community members this Monday, May 12th, at Noon in front of Legislator Stern’s Office:

Legislator Stern’s Office:
1842 E. Jericho Tpk
Huntington, NY 11743

  • Attend the East End Solidarity Vigil with Long Island WINS, Long Island Immigrant Alliance, religious leaders and community members this Monday, May 12th, at 1pm in front of Legislator Schneiderman’s Office:

Legislator Jay Schneiderman’s Office, 75 Washington Street, Sag Harbor, NY 11963

  • Show Support and SPEAK at the PUBLIC HEARING before the vote this Tuesday.
    The legislative meeting on Tuesday begins at 9:30 but we encourage all who would like to show their support or speak to arrive by 8:15am to find a seat (seats were taken by 8:30 last time). If you are interested in speaking please sign up as soon as you arrive at the legislature.

Check www.longislandwins.com for more information about this bill as well as how to talk action before the vote! For more information, email us at longislandwins@gmail.com.

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