Senate Dem leader expresses 'disappointment'
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He was responding to a question about two polls of the mayor's race that came out this week.
While New Yorkers bicker over speed cameras, a 4,000-camera network in France has so far saved more than 15,000 lives, according to a recent study.
Today, Christine Quinn released a video touting her support from Edie Windsor, the woman who successfully challenged D.O.M.A.
Real estate developer Douglas Durst, who has for years been the main proponent for a neighborhood-wide levy to help fund Hudson River Park, is abandoning the effort.
"Do you think he deserves a second chance," asks Joe Lhota, referring to Anthony Weiner, in a fundraising email that went out this morning.
This afternoon, as expected, building service workers union 32BJ endorsed Council Speaker Christine Quinn in the Democratic mayoral primary.
A bill to legalize medical marijuana has once again failed to pass the state legislature.
Here's former councilman and current Democratic mayoral candidate Sal Albanese on Monday, asked about the bullshit quotient of the discourse in the primary so far:
“Ninety percent is complete bullshit."
At 4:30 am on Saturday morning, Albany finally gave New York City something it had been requesting for ten years: a few speed cameras.