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Tish James on Social Justice and Women in Politics: A Video Interview with Gotham Gazette
  

May 01, 2014

Public Advocate Tish James (left) & her city council successor, Laurie Cumbo (NY Daily News) New Public Advocate Letitia (Tish) James sat down with Gotham Gazette for a video interview to

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The City Council Moves Forward On Reform
  

Apr 30, 2014

Council Speaker Mark-Viverito announces rules reform proposals (William Alatriste) NEW YORK - Reforming member items has been a top priority for the City Council dating back to October, a time before

The Week Ahead in New York Politics, April 27
  

Apr 27, 2014

New York City Hall (wikimedia) What to look for this week, via the City and Albany: Eyes are on Albany as the week begins and the State Legislature returns to session on

Legislature Closing In On Medical Marijuana Deal
  

Apr 24, 2014

Will the governor soon be signing a medical marijuana bill into law? (nysenate.gov) The State Legislature appears to be moving closer to a deal on medical marijuana as amendments are set

The Industrial Boom Beyond Brooklyn
  

Apr 23, 2014

Building 92 at The Brooklyn Navy Yard (bldg92.org) BROOKLYN - In its heyday during World War II, the Brooklyn Navy Yard was an industrial powerhouse. It employed 77,000 people, and ran