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On Wednesday, hordes of protestors poured into the New York
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For the opposing point of view, see New York's Wealthiest Need to Sacrifice a Little Too by Kenneth Brynien of the New York State Public Employees Federation.
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For the opposing point of view, see New York Needs Real Reform, Not Higher Taxes by Kathryn Wylde of the Partnership for New York City.
New York is suffering
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Given a 10th chance to continue his serial budget cuts, Mayor Michael Bloomberg, at least on the surface, pulled back. The mayor's preliminary budget for fiscal
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Setting herself apart from other 2013 mayoral contenders and with the current occupant of City Hall, Council Speaker Christine Quinn proposed cracking down on wasteful contracts and
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It was a relatively quiet morning in front of Atlantic Center -- the usually buzzing Brooklyn shopping complex kitty-corner to the site of Atlantic Yards.
Mikey Richardson, 29, had
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In presenting his budget, Gov. Amdrew Cuomo urged legislators to stand up to lobbyists and cut spending.
The snow and sleet that began blanketing
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Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver and Mayor Michael Bloomberg at a meeting last June.
In his State of the City speech, Mayor Michael Bloomberg hoped to distract focus from
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Labor leaders, duck and cover.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg fired off some of his feistiest rhetoric at the city's unions Wednesday during his annual State of the City
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New York has the greatest disparities in income of any major U.S. city, with the top 1 percent of the population getting 44