As an advocate in New York City for three decades, I have often been asked, "Where do my tax dollars go?"
Now answers can be found at the Checkbook ...
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The Working Families Party started this election year with a simple idea. If we have a
community organizer in the White House, why not put a few community organizers in City Hall?
Wall Street has realized that the desperately ill are willing to sell their life insurance policies at a deep discount to get the money they need for their final expenses, a practice bankers call "life settlements."
Neither of them has ever been arrested, or gotten into a fistfight as an adult. Neither has had the time to set foot in either of the city's new baseb...
After an event Tuesday afternoon, Gov. David Paterson told reporters that he was not ready to announce an endorsement in the mayoral race.
" haven't ...
The stakes are too high to fail. If we are to address the education challenges confronting our children, we must have an educator at the helm of our school system again.
At the Working Families Forum I asked the Mayor if his profuse campaign spending distorts democracy. His answer? "Rich people don't always win."
He is rarely on television. He has not begun to advertise. He is far behind in the polls, yet seems in no rush to get going. The all-but-invisible may...
Congresswoman Geraldine Ferraro, the first female Vice Presidential candidate and my greatest inspiration, also happens to be my friend and neighbor.
Like many women in New York and throughout the country, I'm all too accustomed to the challenges, trials and tribulations of balancing work with motherhood.
I propose that the Mayor of New York should spend the money and time to convene meetings of green thinkers and entrepreneurs to launch new businesses.
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