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As the candidates for the Democratic presidential nomination duked it out on live television last week, the Benjamin Franklin Reform Democratic Club watched on. more
It was early in the morning on Jan. 27 when Liam Amir Rodriguez decided it was time to be born. more
Each summer for the last quarter century, Jeffrey Dinowitz returned to the 81st Assembly District from Albany to share his accomplishments from the spring legislative session. He made the rounds to community boards and local political groups, talking about what lawmakers got done and what they hoped to achieve the next year. more
The city had tasked them with holding just a single vote: Approve sweeping changes to the Bronx’s Special Natural Area District, that would essentially transform SNAD into the Special Natural Resources District. Community Board 8 had a much different answer when the full board came together last week at P.S. 37, however: No. In all-caps. more
If President Donald Trump wants war with Iran, he’ll have to get approval first. That is, if the U.S. House has anything to say about it. 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
More than a majority of the Democrats in the U.S. House are calling on Speaker Nancy Pelosi to begin impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump, and U.S. Rep. Eliot Engel is now part of that majority. more
Leave a dog or cat locked in a car during a heat wave or a deep freeze and face fines of up to $250. Leave a child in the car — so long as the child isn’t injured — nothing happens in New York. At least legally. more
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