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Kudos to two of our local state senators, Alessandra Biaggi and Gustavo Rivera, on their proposal to amend the state constitution, and give the legislature — our representatives — power equal to the governor’s in determining the state budget. more
Metropolitan Transportation Authority chair Pat Foye said in a recent interview, “Extending our line of credit is not a long-term solution, and gutting our hard-fought capital plan is a non-starter. We will now allow this pandemic to slow our efforts to bring our system into the 21st century. This is a national problem that requires a national solution.” more
Everywhere across the United States, the coronavirus has caused anxiety and real economic harm to people we know and love, and it has created fear for those who depend upon the services of nonprofit organizations such as Southeastern Guide Dogs. more
I am saddened. more
This year marks the 75th anniversary of the American invasion of Okinawa on Easter Sunday, April 1, 1945 — the final and bloodiest battle of the Pacific War. more
There is a great danger in times of widespread social distress that people may turn to bigotry and hatred of “the other.” more
From what I’ve picked up in my limited exposure to the news, the cataclysm affecting so many aspects of daily life also is having a significant impact on those dealing with some form of mental illness. more
New Yorkers must question Dr. Howard Zucker, the state’s health commissioner, who had previously served as assistant director-general at the World Health Organization. more
Thank you for your coverage of the enlightening April 5 CBS “Sunday Morning” report on Mosaic Mental Health and its use of teletherapy to make a crucial difference in this time of especially deep need. more
The Olympic torch entered an empty stadium in Athens on March 19. more
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