The mandatory retirement age of 70 has grown increasingly arbitrary since the New
York State Constitution was amended in 1869 to increase the mandatory retirement age from
60 to 70.1 As was argued eloquently by the sponsors of Senate Bill S4934 in support of the
failed 2013 bid to amend the Constitution to increase the mandatory retirement age to 74, the retirement age of 70
Yesterday, on the 50th anniversary of Roe v Wade, our state legislature passed the equal rights amendment to New York’s constitution. As this is the second consecutive legislative session in which the Amendment has passed, it will now be presented to the voters in November 2024.
The New York Constitution requires that the state Senate -- not a committee of the Senate -- accept or reject a Court of Appeals nominee within 30 days. As we have previously observed, a group of Senators, a minority of the Senate...
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