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City Hall Quiz

by Mark Berkey-Gerard, Jan 13, 2003
 
 

When is it against the law to use your cell phone? Do people who rent their apartments still have to pay the property tax? And what is Mayor Michael Bloomberg concerned may kill New Yorkers - cigarettes, traffic, or budget cuts? Test your knowledge of what is happening at City Hall with our interactive quiz.

Simply click on the circle next to the answer you think is correct, and an answer will appear in the box below. Keep trying until you get the correct answer. To learn more about the subject, link to the Gotham Gazette story after each question.



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