New York

Young New York lawmakers work to bridge political divide with Future Caucus

March 11, 2024

By Spectrum News 1, Kate Lisa

The next generation of New York lawmakers have unified behind a novel way for the Legislature’s youngest members to work together and rise above pervasive political polarization.

A bipartisan group of elected state legislators age 45 and younger, or Generation Z and millennial lawmakers from both houses, have formed the “Future Caucus” – a program created late last year modeled after similar efforts in other U.S. states to bridge deep partisan division. 

The 41 members of the Future Caucus met last month, marking the group’s first meeting during regularly scheduled legislative session.

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