News & Alerts


January 20–  Women’s marches in Seneca Falls, Syracuse, Binghamton, and around the State

On the anniversary of the Women’s March on Washington of 2017, several marches will be held across New York state on January 20. Let your voice be heard! Contact the organizers at the provided links to find out about carpooling. Attached is a list of scheduled events: Womens Marches 2018


Saturday, February 10th, 1 p.m., United Presbyterian Church (basement) at 25 Church St. in Cortland — Indivisible of Cortland County public meeting with Democratic Congressional candidate Anthony Brindisi.

This event will be a chance to hear from, and ask questions to, the presumptive Democratic candidate. Please mark your calendars now – more details to come — and let your friends know about this opportunity to learn about Brindisi, and have your voice heard too!


The Janus vs. AFSCME case, which might impact the freedom of public sector unions to collectively bargain for all workers and protect their standards of living, will be heard by the US Supreme Court in February. See the guest article:Understanding Janus