Unwinding the Campaign for One New York may not quash conflicts and campaign finance investigations

Unwinding the Campaign for One New York may not quash conflicts and campaign finance investigations

That Mayor Bill de Blasio ordered the closure of the Campaign for One New York after its activities had triggered law enforcement interest, the nonprofit lobbying group's shuttering may not put an end to investigations into alleged violations of each of the City Charter and municipal campaign finance regulations.

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Document Drop : The Advance Group - Major Connections and Small Fines

Document Drop : The Advance Group - Major Connections and Small Fines

New York State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, who has close political ties to loyalists of Mayor Bill de Blasio, assessed a puny $10,800 fine on The Advance Group this week to settle charges that the lobbying and campaign consulting firm had violated campaign finance laws. 

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Council Speaker Mark-Viverito subject of whistleblower complaint

Council Speaker Mark-Viverito subject of whistleblower complaint

Growing frustration with stalled police reforms, such as the firing of a City Council whistleblower, are driving activists to demand a commission investigation into NYPD corruption.

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