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This is not just about Mr. Berman, who is simply doing the job he is paid to do. It is about his behind-the-scenes funders who are bankrolling a divisive campaign as part of a broader attack against the workers who are the foundation of this country. While I’m sure New York City’s unions have enjoyed debunking his boring and lazy arguments, we have real work to do building a better, more just city for all New Yorkers. In the meantime, if he wants to continue pretending to care about New Yorkers, he should start by coming clean about who is funding this cynical campaign.
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