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Why did Gov. Cuomo recently veto a bill that would have reduced the cost of prescription drugs, hospital care and outpatient procedures in New York? more
Climate change is an issue of time. As the greenhouse effect begins increasingly changing weather patterns and intensifying storms, adapting our society to defend against such daunting risks becomes increasingly important. more
I’m a kindergarten teacher in the Bronx, so I’m uniquely qualified to judge Donald Trump’s behavior. more
Since this past fall, I have been part of a coalition “to save the neighborhood,” a fight over DOT’s massive street construction in my Riverdale community. more
In a quick drive around the Bronx, it’s not hard to notice the shiny black glass that covers more and more roofs in the borough’s north. more
Have you ever taken the subway and paid attention to the people around you? When it’s crowded and there’s no place to sit, it’s hard not to notice people elbowing you and squeezing you to the point of suffocating. more
In a recent letter, New York City Transit president Andy Byford attempts to explain the reasons why the Metropolitan Transportation Authority is undertaking a borough-wide approach to “fixing” bus service in the Bronx. more
The recent piece in The Riverdale Press written by Jennifer Scarlott — a partisan supporter of one of my opponents with an obvious political agenda — paints a grossly inaccurate picture of my environmental record. I am extraordinarily proud of that record, and I want to take this opportunity to share the truth about my work. more
In 1973, there was a popular movie called “The Paper Chase” having to do with the education of a group of students at Harvard Law School. more
It’s been about four months since the sweeping Housing Stability and Tenant Protection Law was passed by the New York state legislature and signed by the governor. more
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