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Gov. Andrew Cuomo has signed a bill into law aimed to make law enforcement and first responders safer when responding to emergency calls. more
Everyone is entitled to their own opinion. What we are not entitled to is the belittling and dehumanization of others. Unfortunately, this was the tone of an opinion piece recently published in The Riverdale Press voicing several assaults against, and inaccuracies about, the immigrant community. more
A bill that was pushed through Albany by both Assemblyman Jeffrey Dinowitz and state Sen. Alessandra Biaggi is now law. Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s signature has made Erin’s Law an actual law, which supporters say will require public schools to teach children about how to recognize and react to inappropriate behavior from adults. more
There may not be a lot of positive things to say about Manhattan District Attorney Cy Vance — like the free pass he seems to give to anyone named “Epstein” or “Trump” — but even a broken clock is right twice a day. more
The nation might be in a tailspin when it comes to saving the environment, but New York looks to be a silver lining in those deep, dark clouds. more
Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed a bill sponsored by state Sen. Alessandra Biaggi on Monday that he says will enact sweeping changes in laws targeting workplace harassment. more
State Sen. Alessandra Biaggi is now married to Nathaniel Koloc after the two exchanged vows during a wedding ceremony July 22 in Tarrytown. more
For state Sen. Alessandra Biaggi, it was her first completed session. For Assemblyman Jeffrey Dinowitz, well, he’s probably lost count. Yet both lawmakers returned home from Albany last month triumphant in the bills they introduced and sponsored in the senate and Assembly, but would only share that jubilation with those who showed up for a town hall at The Riverdale Y last week, and who could prove they lived within their districts. more
City and state leaders paid respects to Hector Figueroa, the president of Service Employees International Union’s 32BJ, who died of a heart attack last week at 57. more
When the U.S. women’s national soccer team brought home the Women’s World Cup earlier this month, they didn’t just break the FIFA record for back-to-back wins. The public also learned members of the team would be paid a fraction of what their male counterparts made, prompting renewed discussion about equal pay. more
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