By then, it was late and we were exhausted. It didn’t feel right to go home together just then. Still, we didn’t want to leave one another. There was a movie theater across the street. “The Princess Bride” was playing. We bought two tickets. … [Read more...] about Where in New York to Watch the Democratic Debates
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At issue is whether the New York City charter makes the city council a city agency or a separate and co-equal branch of government. The lawsuit claims that city council members have the right to file the briefs under the principles of separation of powers and free speech. … [Read more...] about Seeking to side with plaintiffs suing New York, city council sues for right to file amicus briefs
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Separately, Senate Judiciary Chairman Charles Grassley (R-Iowa) sent a letter to Secretary of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson to encourage the agency to “investigate and report to Congress on the extent to which foreign governments, foreign corporations and foreign investors are colluding to use the EB-5 program at the expense of U.S. business interests and taxpayers.” Chairman Grassley further requested a briefing “on the policies and guidance that permit foreign ownership of an EB-5 regional center and allow foreign corporations to invest in and profit from EB-5 projects.” … [Read more...] about President Obama To Address the U.N. General Assembly and Participate in Refugee- and Africa-Focused Events in New York City
Amazon initially agreed to a deal to bring part of its new corporate headquarters to the New York City bureau of Queens. Projections predicted the move would bring between 25,000 and 40,000 jobs to the area over 15 years and $27 billion in tax revenue for the city over a quarter century, in exchange for $3 billion in tax breaks and certain zoning guarantees. … [Read more...] about New York City Mayor de Blasio: Amazon ‘took their ball and went home’