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Mere hours after the City Council and the Bloomberg administration announced an agreement on a mid-year budget plan, officials and advocates braced themselves.
One budget battle may be
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In a year when no New York pro sport team won a major championship, pitcher Cliff Lee delivered the coup de grace by rejecting a lavish offer
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Milton Werner loves New York. He worked here for more than a decade, heading up a research laboratory that examined
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When the doors to the three remaining city OTB parlors shut for the final time Monday night, few New Yorkers probably noticed. The parlors seem like a
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New York City, which faces a predicted budget gap of $3.3 billion this fiscal year, is considering an expansion of the reach of "living wage" legislation that
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Getting cash might become a little less convenient.
The City Council approved legislation Wednesday to crack down on illegal ATMs, which saturate city sidewalks, provide a haven for
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This poster, displayed at a demonstration several years ago in Albany, calls for dignity for domestic workers.
The New York State Domestic Workers Bill of Rights, the first
The Bloomberg administration released $1.6 billion in proposed budget cuts Thursday that could force lower-income families to pay more for childcare, shut down 20 fire companies at night and
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Here we go again: more mid-year city budget cuts, another Mayor's Management Report that dodges management issues, and another contracting report that celebrates rather than analyzes privatization.
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Council Speaker Christine Quinn said Thursday she would not support legislation to require paid sick leave for every worker in New York City, effectively killing the proposal and