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Gotham Votes 2013

Many Policy Agendas For The Next Mayor


The New York City Bar Association wants the next mayor to reform stop-and-frisk. Just Food, a nonprofit that connects local farms to communities, wants the next mayor to end hunger. The Center for an Urban Future, a policy think-tank, proposes a kindergarten-to-college savings program and an immigrant export initiative.

Organizations from around the five boroughs are attempting to push their policy agendas in an attempt to influence the next City Hall administration. Many have released lengthy reports and held news conference to announce their positions.

We’ve compiled a list of some of them and will be adding more as the campaign goes on. Did we miss something? Send us an email at info@gothamgazette.com



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