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What the New York State Budget Deal Means for Us

WHAT THE NEW YORK STATE BUDGET MEANS FOR US Over 400 people gathered in Albany for the 2015 HIV/AIDS Legislative Action Day   After reaching a closed door, three-way deal between Governor Andrew Cuomo, Senate Majority Leader Dean Skelos and Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie, the New York State legislature voted early this morning to ratify the […]

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Progressives Demand Cuomo Appoint Special Prosecutor for Cop Cases Will Bredderman | March 12, 2015 Members of the City Council’s Progressive Caucus today joined with minority activist groups to demand Gov. Andrew Cuomo appoint special prosecutors in police killings—and to trash the governor’s State of the State proposal to create an independent monitor to review […]

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Hundreds Gather in Albany to Mark Launch of Plan to End AIDS in NY by 2020

CONTACTS: Jennifer Flynn, 917-517-5202, jennifer@vocal-ny.org, or Mikola De Roo, 347-585-6051, m.deroo@housingworks.org Building off Governor’s Ending the Epidemic Task Force, coalition recommends ambitious plan to dramatically decrease new infections, improve health of people with HIV/AIDS, and cut healthcare costs. Immediate changes to laws and policies, and new investment in HIV services, are crucial to fulfilling the goals of the […]

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The Limits of Community Policing by Alyssa Aguilera and Alex S. Vitale | Mar 02, 2015 We share many of the recent concerns about overly aggressive, discourteous, and unlawful policing that have been raised in the last several months. Every day hundreds of mostly poor and non-white New Yorkers have unwanted and problematic interactions with […]

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