Lobbying firm employed by BQX project very prolific in lobbying City Council [CORRECTED]

Lobbying firm employed by BQX project very prolific in lobbying City Council [CORRECTED]

The lobbying firm employed by supporters of the proposed BQX street car service has a prolific history of lobbying the New York City Council, a review of State lobbying records shows.

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After report that Trump may replace Bharara, REBNY and trade union agree to 421-a revival plan

After report that Trump may replace Bharara, REBNY and trade union agree to 421-a revival plan

After it was reported that President-elect Donald Trump was considering a replacement for U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara, the Real Estate Board of New York and a trade union announced a compromise to revive the 421-a tax abatement program that appears patterned after a plan proposed by Gov. Andrew Cuomo.

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Invoking identity politics, Eric Adams accuses his critics from the Black community with racial insensitivity

Invoking identity politics, Eric Adams accuses his critics from the Black community with racial insensitivity

To defend himself from what critics said was a record of economic neoliberalism, Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams accused his critics, many of whom are Black or Latina/o, of being insensitive to the racism with which he has contended.

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#BlackLivesMatter activists protest de Blasio fundraiser as he faces falling job approval ratings

#BlackLivesMatter activists protest de Blasio fundraiser as he faces falling job approval ratings

Mayor Bill de Blasio attended a fundraiser at the Sheraton's Midtown hotel, which attracted a protest with over 100 activists, on the same day when Quinnipiac University published a poll showing falling job approval numbers.

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