Women’s Rights in the Workplace A weekly conversation about workplace discrimination and the state of labor and employment law with Women’s Rights in the Workplace lawyer Jack Tuckner and his guests.

April 7, 2014  

Join the Women’s Rights in the Workplace Advocates as they chat with Daniel O’Donnell, the first openly gay man elected to the NY State Assembly, where he has been a progressive voice for all New Yorkers since 2002.  Assemblyman O’Donnell was the prime sponsor of several trailblazing bills, most notably the Marriage Equality Act, a bill O’Donnell led to passage in the Assembly five times before it was finally signed into law in June 2011.  He was also the prime sponsor of New York’s anti-bullying legislation, the Dignity for All Students Act, which requires public schools in New York to combat bias-based bullying and harassment.  And he has been a consistent leader and zealous opponent of the irresponsible hydraulic fracturing industry, protecting all New Yorkers from that ecologically invasive and dangerous process.

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