Income inequality

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Bank Launches New Subway Ads to Promote Financial Opportunity for All People. Progressive Bank’s Previous Subway Ads Touting Higher Minimum Wage Were Deemed “Too Political” by MTA.

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This morning, in response to the Mario Cuomo Campaign for Economic Justice’s Drive for $15, Keith Mestrich, President and CEO of Amalgamated Bank, said:

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Governor Cuomo, Local Business Leaders & Chambers of Commerce Urge New York State Legislature to Enact First-in-the-Nation $15 Minimum Wage. Proposal Would Benefit More than 2.3 Million New Yorkers; Boost Direct Spending Power by $15.7 Billion.

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Right now, despite many bank CEOs making tens of millions of dollars each year, the average bank teller makes just $25,800. Here in New York, 39 percent of bank tellers are forced to rely on public assistance programs just to make ends meet. This is morally wrong, yes, but it's also just bad business.

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This morning, in response to New York State’s budget agreement on the statewide $15/hr. minimum wage, Keith Mestrich, President and CEO of Amalgamated Bank, said:

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In response to actions taken today by the Council of the District of Columbia, Keith Mestrich, President & CEO of Amalgamated Bank, issued the following statement:

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Nation’s Leading Progressive Bank Again Calls On Entire Banking Industry to Raise Minimum Wage to $15 Per Hour

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New Poll of Progressive Voters Finds: Bank Values Matter; Strong Support for Local Banks; Optimism About Economy; Deep Concern on Income Inequality

Progressives Dislike Big Banks and Wall Street as much as Congress

Progressives Prefer San Francisco, Jimmy Fallon & Ben & Jerry’s “AmeriCone”

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