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Cornegy on Lactation, Progressivism & Gentrification- Part 4 of a Video Interview with Gotham Gazette
  

Apr 23, 2014

Council Member Robert Cornegy Jr. (left) & Mayor Bill de Blasio (Margot Jordan) A few months into his first term as a member of the New York City Council, Brooklyn's Robert

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Possible Primary Mess in The Bronx
  

Apr 22, 2014

State Sens Gustavo Rivera, left, and Jeff Klein, center, both may face primary challengers (nysenate.gov) The Bronx could become a flashpoint in the 2014 battle for control of the New York

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The Week Ahead in New York Politics, April 20
  

Apr 20, 2014

New York City Hall (wikimedia) What to look for this week, via the city and Albany: After a fairly quiet week due to the Passover and Easter holidays and public school spring

A Post-Budget 'Big Ugly'?
  

Apr 18, 2014

New York legislative leaders celebrate their recent budget deal (AP) Some years, the state budget is home to the "big ugly," a package of unrelated legislation cobbled together last minute through

Building Back, Hiring Local
  

Apr 18, 2014

Mayor de Blasio making a prior Sandy recovery announcement (nyc.gov) In September 2013, then-candidate Bill de Blasio made a mayoral campaign trip to the Rockaways, a region in Queens hit hard