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Gotham Gazette

City Set to Offer Rent Relief to HIV/AIDS Residents by Jillian Jonas, Feb 25, 2014 Wanda Hernandez readily admits she’s been in and out of New York City Housing Court because she’s “always in arrears with rent.” She receives rental assistance from the city’s HIV/AIDS Services Administration (HASA), but it was recently reduced to $43.53 […]

PR: AIDS Advocates Praise de Blasio Appointees for Human Resources Administration and Immigrant Affairs

PRESS RELEASE | 2/28/14 AIDS Advocates Praise de Blasio Appointees for Human Resources Administration (HRA) and Immigrant Affairs   Incoming HRA Commissioner Steven Banks Will Help Serve As Conscience Of Administration In Fighting Poverty; Commissioner of Immigrant Affairs Nisha Agarwal Brings Track Record Addressing Health Disparities VOCAL-NY Urges Incoming HRA Commissioner Banks to Quickly Implement de […]

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PRESS RELEASE | February 20, 2014 Governor Cuomo’s Amended Budget Proposal Will Prevent Homelessness for Over 10,000 Low-Income New Yorkers Living With HIV/AIDS 30-day amendments to budget proposal will establish the same “30% rent cap” affordable housing protection in the HIV/AIDS rental assistance that already exists in other low-income housing programs in New York New York […]

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(Governor Cuomo’s press release announcing the agreement is available here.)  PRESS RELEASE | 2/13/14 Governor Cuomo and Mayor de Blasio Reach Agreement to Prevent Homelessness for 12,000 Low-Income New Yorkers Living With HIV/AIDS Agreement will fix loophole in HIV/AIDS rental assistance program that denies tenants a “30% rent cap” affordable housing protection, leads to high rates […]

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Heroin Overdose Prevention Bill Advances In New York After Philip Seymour Hoffman’s Death By: Matt Sledge, 02/04/2014 A bill meant to stem deaths from heroin overdoses advanced in the New York Senate Tuesday, just days after actor Philip Seymour Hoffman died of an apparent drug overdose. Sponsored by State Sen. Kemp Hannon (R), the bill would increase access […]

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PRESS RELEASE  | 01/31/2014 Sen. Hannon and Assm. Dinowitz Introduce Life-Saving Opioid Overdose Prevention Bill Legislation Will Reduce Number One Cause of Accidental Death in New York State by Increasing Access to Antidote, Naloxone Bill Builds on Historic 911 Good Samaritan Law that Passed Nearly Unanimously in Both Houses This week Senator Kemp Hannon (R-Nassau) and […]

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Help needed for those people living with AIDS and seeking housing REGINALD BROWN | 1/23/2014 When I was diagnosed with HIV, I had no idea that one of the biggest challenges I would face would not be juggling medical appointments and treatment decisions or telling friends and family about my status, but simply keeping my […]

Huffington Post: Bill Bratton, Stop-And-Frisk Architect, Takes Over Nation’s Biggest Police Force

Bill Bratton, Stop-And-Frisk Architect, Takes Over Nation’s Biggest Police Force Saki Knafo | 01/23/2014 NEW YORK — William Bratton was sworn in as New York City’s police commissioner on Thursday afternoon, marking the start of his second term at the helm of the city’s police department and his first under progressive new mayor Bill de Blasio. De Blasio surged […]