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NYC Speaker: State Paid Leave Easy to Implement

Tuesday, April 21, 2015

Melissa Mark-Viverito leads a progressive City Council and personally exemplifies the city's ethnic leadership. At the same time she notes a sharp decline in female representation on the council. "This obviously represents a problem," she says in this Q & A interview.

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