State lawmakers voted on bills Wednesday in empty chambers following airtight emergency COVID-19 protocols put in place after two lawmakers recently tested positive for the deadly virus.
The state Senate and Assembly passed a bill that will expand paid sick leave to all public and private sector workers forced into precautionary or mandatory quarantine due to the coronavirus.
The legislation covers a 14 day period.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed the bill into law — which takes effect immediately — shortly after.
But politicians were given strict guidelines to reduce social interaction.
The state Capitol is closed to the public and staff have been cleaning the building around the clock.
Most of the 63 member state Senate voted from their offices, with the exception of leadership in both conferences.
“Every aspect of our lives are changed, and changed probably for a very, very long time,” Leader Andrea Stewart-Cousins said on the chamber floor before voting ‘yes’ on the measure, which passed 50 to 6.
People are forgetting what a disaster he has been, high taxes have driven the population down, the towns around the Hudson are decrepitude personified, up north the economy is in shambles, abortion on the near born, sanctuary state, licenses, releasing criminals.
Cuomo is a total incompetent go look up his Buffalo Billion Scandal in 2015 he took 750 Million of Tax money that should have been used for ventilators, company went under & the 750 Million is MIA.
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