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New York Republicans
  

Apr 22, 2002

He has been a Republican for only a few months, and was at first criticized by fellow members of his new party for calling himself a liberal and for appointing

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The City Council Gets Serious About Tech
  

Apr 01, 2002

  The first meeting of the Select Committee on Technology in Government, entitled "Using Technology to Make Government Smart, Cost-Effective, and Open" and headed by Councilmember Gale Brewer, offered testimony

The City Council Gets Serious About Tech
  

Apr 01, 2002

  The first meeting of the Select Committee on Technology in Government, entitled "Using Technology to Make Government Smart, Cost-Effective, and Open" and headed by Councilmember Gale Brewer, offered testimony

The New Voter Identification Requirement
  

Apr 01, 2002

 The U.S. Senate passed, by a vote of 99-1, a landmark $3.5 billion election reform package on April 11th that requires states to upgrade their election systems. In many

E-Government In NYC
  

Feb 01, 2002

 You may not know it, but you are living in the capital of electronic government, or one of them anyway. But, how many of us have actually looked up

E-Government In NYC
  

Feb 01, 2002

 You may not know it, but you are living in the capital of electronic government, or one of them anyway. But, how many of us have actually looked up

Is Time Warner Cable A Villain?
  

Jan 01, 2002

 At a time when Time Warner Cable has announced that it is raising its rates once again, at more than triple the rate of inflation, it has lowered its

Changes Ahead?
  

Jan 01, 2002

 It's now been more than a year since the Supreme Court stepped in to bring the 2000 Presidential election to its unsatisfying conclusion. The Court's intervention embittered many Americans