Lawmakers return to work after long Memorial Day Holiday


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Albany, N.Y. – New York State lawmakers are back in Albany today to resume work following an eleven-day break for the Memorial Day holiday. 

Lawmakers will have a little more than two weeks to finish their work before the 2017 session comes to an end. 

Among the measures they'll be considering during their final days are a ban on child marriages, pension changes for teachers and other public employees, and an indoor ban on e-cigarettes. 

The session ends June 21st.


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