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Suffolk New Anti-Immigrant Bill 1105 Follow-up

I am very disappointed that my Suffolk County Legislator Steve Stern wasted county resources voting “Yes” on this proposal. – isw

Thanks everyone for their help and hard work in regards to IR1105 in Suffolk County. Unfortunately, the bill was passed by the county legislature on Tuesday by a vote of 12 yes, 3 no and 1 abstention. The three legislators who voted against the bill are Vivian Viloria-Fisher, Jon Cooper and Thomas Barraga. Ricardo Montano, who has a court hearing later this month to argue the legality of 1105 being discharged from committee in April, refused to vote. He said he would not participate in

an “illegal vote”. We thank these Legislators for advocating for immigrant workers in Suffolk County and for the good of the Long Island economy. Please take the time to tell your legislator how your feel about their vote.You can see more coverage of this weeks events at www.longislandwins.com. The LI WINS’ team is also very interested in the press coverage of this issue as well as other media coverage about immigration both locally and nationally. Please feel free to send immigration updates, events and news to longislandwins@gmail.com.Now is the time when we must all work harder than ever to ensure another economically disastrous bill will not pass on Long Island. Contact your local media to tell them what you think about the articles written about IR 1105, how the issue was handled and the immigration debate on Long Island. Make your voice heard! Contact longislandiwns@gmail.com or sign up on the website for more information on how to write a letter to the editor of you local paper!

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