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HACA super PAC endorses Solomon, 6 challengers, in Jersey City municipal elections

The Hispanic American Commerce Association (HACA), though their super PAC, is endorsing Ward E Councilman James Solomon and six challengers in the non-partisan November 2nd municipal elections in Jersey City. The Democratic Political Alliance PAC has previously expressed support for Council-at-Large candidate Elvin Dominici, which they reiterated today, and endorsing...
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Trump faces new criminal investigation into New York golf club

The district attorney in suburban Westchester County, N.Y., has subpoenaed property-tax records related to one of former president Donald Trump’s golf clubs, signaling a previously unknown criminal inquiry into the Trump Organization. The town of Ossining, N.Y., which sets property tax rates for the course, received a subpoena from Westchester...
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Report: Trump golf club under new criminal probe over taxes

NEW YORK (AP) — Donald Trump's company is under criminal investigation by a district attorney in a New York City suburb into whether it misled officials to cut taxes for a golf course there, according to The New York Times. The district attorney’s office subpoenaed records from both the Trump...
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NY employers can’t test for marijuana, with few exceptions

NEW YORK — Most employees in New York can no longer be subjected to drug testing for marijuana by their employers as part of the state’s new law that legalized adult use of marijuana. The state Department of Labor released a FAQ document earlier in October to help guide employers when situations or questions arise […]
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The Green New Deal for public schools needs support from N.J.’s congressional delegation | Opinion

New Jerseyans invest heavily in and are rightfully proud of their public schools, ranked as the best in the nation. However, serious inequalities persist between New Jersey schools, with many Black and Latinx students lacking access to the resources they need to thrive in school. Decades of segregation, redlining, discrimination, and disinvestment, alongside increasingly frequent extreme weather, have left many schools in need of major investment to secure the health, safety, and success of our children.
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10 of the Weirdest Laws in Newark

Not only is Newark the "Brick City" but it's also the city with some of the weirdest laws.(Raoul Droog/Unsplash) Newark, NJ — "Hollywood is Newark, New Jersey with palm trees," Weegee once said. For this reason, I've always been fascinated by Brick City. Before visiting any new city, however, I usually familiarize myself with its basic laws.
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NYC issues vaccine mandate for city workers

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio (D) announced Wednesday a mandate requiring all city workers to show proof of vaccination against COVID-19. Weekly testing under the mandate is no longer an alternative to vaccination, but the religious and medical exemptions will be considered. De Blasio said 71 percent of...
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Meet the candidates running to to represent the 47th Council District

Sign up for our PoliticsNY newsletter for the latest coverage and to stay informed about the 2021 elections in your district and across NYC. The race to become the next representative of the 47th Council District remains one of the few competitive races in the borough. Republican Mark Szuszkiewicz faces off against Democrat Ari Kagan to replace the term-limited Mark Treyger, who has held the seat since 2014.
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Testimony Ends in Ex-Giuliani Associate's Campaign Finance Trial

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Testimony concluded on Wednesday in the campaign finance trial of a former associate of Rudy Giuliani, a case that has provided a glimpse into the inner workings of political fundraising in the United States. Prosecutors say Lev Parnas used money from a foreign national to donate...
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The political factors frustrating 3 retiring House Democrats

While retiring Democratic Reps. John Yarmuth (Ky.), David Price (N.C.), and Mike Doyle (Pa.) have said personal issues were "paramount" in their decisions to step down, they also cited three "political factors" as having played into things, as well: redistricting ahead of the 2022 midterms, former President Donald Trump's influence over the GOP, and increasing division within the Democratic party, writes Jonathan Weisman for The New York Times.
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Schumer wants more information on Horizon Organic contract termination

WASHINGTON, D.C. (WWTI) — Contracts will be terminated with Horizon Organics for many dairy farms in New York next summer. According to Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, the contract terminations are “devastating” to affected New Yorkers. That’s why Schumer is looking to the multinational food conglomerate Danone, which owns Horizon Organics, for more information. In […]
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