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  • The Long Island Association’s Priorities and Initiatives for 2019 include the critical issues, policies and projects we will advocate for on behalf of the Long Island business community this year.

  • Business activity shows continued expansion although at a slower rate than in recent months. The labor market continued to perform well and hourly wages increased at a rate exceeding inflation.

  • To keep you informed on the latest news regarding the LIA, we are providing you with clips of the most recent media coverage the LIA has received.

     

  • What the Current Decline in 0-19 Year-olds Means for our Region’s Future

    In April of 2018, the LIA Research Institute issued a report showing that between 2000 and 2016, the total number of annual births on Long Island fell from 37,226 to 29,888, and that the general fertility rate had fallen sharply. The number of births over deaths (“natural increase”) had fallen from 14,395 in 2001 to only 5,623 by 2016, a drop of 61%.  Read more here.

  • LIA Research Institute Report
  • LIA’s  LI-Bio Committee LIA’s LI-Bio Committee

    On June 11, 2019 the LIA’s  LI-Bio Committee, Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone and the Suffolk County IDA and the Workforce Development Institute  released of a comprehensive report, Driving Long Island’s Innovation Economy: The Pharmaceutical/Nutraceutical Growth Factor.

     

     

     

     

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  • Governor Andrew Cuomo:
    “Since 1926, the LIA has worked tirelessly to make Long Island a great place to live, work and visit; supporting and stimulating area businesses and improving the quality of life for residents and families. I commend LIA President & CEO Kevin Law, the terrific Board of Directors and your dedicated staff for all the good things you do for the businesses and people of Long Island and New York State.”

  • As a not-for-profit, volunteer-based organization, The INN provides a broad variety of essential services to assist those challenged by hunger, homelessness and profound poverty. We partner with those in need in a dignified and respectful manner to help them achieve self-sufficiency.  Read more.
     

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