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Mayor Adams reveals how city plans to connect women to higher paying jobs, health care

A plan is underway to make New York City the most women-forward city in the county, the mayor says.

News 12 Staff

Jan 25, 2024, 5:40 PM

Updated 149 days ago

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A plan is underway to make New York City the most women-forward city in the county, the mayor says.
Mayor Eric Adams laid out more details on the NYC Woman Forward Action Plan aimed to connect women - including transgender and gender expansive New Yorkers - to higher paying jobs and health care.
The plan includes $43 million to address economic security, maternal health, housing and public safety.
The money is coming from the city, public and private partners, academic institutions and federal grants.


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