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Today’s Lead: Municipal ID Cards For Undocumented
  

Oct 24, 2013

Democratic mayoral candidate Bill de Blasio said yesterday that he would move "right away" to create a municipal identification card for undocumented city residents if he is elected in November.

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Today's Lead: Was That A Debate Or An Argument?
  

Oct 23, 2013

Last night's mayoral debate was full of attacks from both sides and headlines described it as "blistering", "acrid", and "heated." Democrat Bill de Blasio called the tirade on his stance on

Today's Lead: Judge Rejects Lawsuit Over Casino Proposal
  

Oct 17, 2013

A judge dismissed a lawsuit yesterday that challenged the wording of a ballot measure that would legalize casino gambling in the state. Supreme Court Justice Richard Platkin said the lawsuit was "untimely and lacking

Today's Lead: Mayoral Candidates Debate
  

Oct 16, 2013

Democratic mayoral candidate Bill de Blasio painted his GOP rival, Joe Lhota, as being in line with the national Republicans and the tea party at their first televised debate last night.

Moreland Commission Shakes Fist at Legislature
  

Oct 15, 2013

Gov. Andrew Cuomo's Moreland Commission appears to be sending a message to the state legisalture with a just-released statement. On August 27, we requested information to be submitted by certain legislators.

Today's Lead: De Blasio, Lhota To Debate
  

Oct 15, 2013

Democratic nominee Bill de Blasio and GOP candidate Joe Lhota will meet tonight for their first mayoral debate of the general election. Two more will follow. Both candidates expressed their