Family Court support magistrates, not included in the still-stalled judicial pay raise bill in Albany, N.Y., are pushing a separate measure in the Legislature that would set their salaries at 93 percent of what Family Court judges earn in their counties.

The measure (S4710/A8412) was approved last week by the Senate Judiciary Committee, which sent it on to the chamber’s Finance Committee. It is before the Judiciary Committee in the New York Assembly.

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