Post Budget: Fair Pay Advocates Dissapointed

On April 15th, consumer Blaise Bryant spoke about the three dollars increase for personal care workers over the next two years that was included in the New York State Budget. “Blaise Bryant, who is completely blind and requires a part-time aide, says the three-dollar increase isn’t enough. He thinks the Governor’s $1.4 billion investment in the Buffalo Bills Stadium could have been used elsewhere. “It essentially says that the Buffalo Bills were more important than the needs of seniors, people with disabilities, and the people who take care of them,” Bryant said.”

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