New York

Young New York lawmakers form Future Caucus to tackle polarization

March 12, 2024

By Finger Lakes 1

In an innovative attempt to overcome political division,  New York’s youngest state legislators have established the “Future Caucus.” Comprising bipartisan members aged 45 and younger from both houses, the caucus held its inaugural session meeting last month, aiming to foster collaboration across the aisle and focus on issues impacting younger generations. Assemblyman Alex Bores, a Manhattan Democrat and co-chair of the caucus, emphasized the group’s commitment to generating ideas that benefit all  New Yorkers, amidst a Legislature predominantly controlled by Democrats.

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