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Rather than take on Mino Lora’s actual position on public safety, Abigail Martin is spreading inaccuracies. more
Even Republican legislators who know better are willing to cater to anti-scientific ignorance when it comes to COVID-19 vaccination in order to appeal to their party’s “flat Earth” ignoramuses. more
Preventing epidemics require disease detections before infections reach critical mass — the epidemic threshold. New York City’s COVID-19 case detection was mid-March 2020. Mount Sinai Medical Center recently reported mid-February blood samples containing coronavirus antibodies — a month before detection, COVID-19 had spread through Mount Sinai’s patients. more
This spring, Eric Dinowitz won a special election for the city council seat for which his father, long-serving Assemblyman Jeffrey Dinowitz, had been grooming him for years. more
As a lifelong New Yorker, I have a full understanding of the reasoning behind the gun-carry permit restrictions here. more
I am responding to the letter of Rebecca Lish and Andrew Mutnick in which they take me to task for stating that, in addition to Eric Dinowitz — who campaigned for and strongly supported Jeff Klein — council candidate Mino Lora also supported Jeff Klein in his Independent Democratic Conference leadership. more
Riverdale, and the 11th City Council District, are in need of change. more
Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr., recently announced the impaneling of a special grand jury focused on the Trump crime family/organization, not long after state attorney general Letitia James notified the public New York’s civil investigation of the Trumps has now become a criminal inquiry as well. more
I am an Australian-born registered nurse living in the 11th council district in the Bronx. The fact that voting is compulsory in Australia has no doubt influenced my drive to participate in all local, midterm and general elections — with the recent March 23 special election, and the upcoming June 22 primary election being no exception. more
This year has demanded that all New York City families and students do many things differently — they’ve had to think differently, learn differently, and connect differently with teachers, peers and the whole school community. more
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