Virtual May Membership Meeting Passes Two Resolutions and Hosts Elected Leaders
If you missed it you can listen to a recording of the full May Membership Meeting here.
Congressman Nadler joined the meeting to discuss provisions of the HEROES ACT passed by Congress and headed to the Senate. There was a thorough session of questions regarding the bill.
Assemblymember Deborah Glick addressed the members about her “Killing Contest” bill addressing tournaments based on the killing of wildlife with a winner totalling the most numbers of kills, excluding dog trials and fishing derbies.
City Council Speaker Corey Johnson spoke to the members about bills to protect restaurant and small business owners.
Assemblymember David Weprin addressed the membership on his Slaughter House bill that limits the where slaughter houses could be located, primarily not in residential communities. The current bill expires in August.
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