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BIG BROTHER MARCHING: Cuomo pushes rule that would restrict press freedom

PRESS RELEASE AND STATEMENTS FROM THE NOVEMBER TEAM CONSULTING FIRM Governor Andrew Cuomo’s Joint Commission on Public Ethics (JCOPE) sent the clearest instructions yet to New York public relations executives…

This week marks the 100th edition of the County Executive’s Corner by Rockland County Exec Ed Day

Personal Responsibility From Public Servants — Too Much to Ask?

BY DIANE DIMOND The law says dangerous or illegal actions have consequences. Countless U.S. citizens enter the justice system every year after authorities determine they physically or emotionally harmed someone,…

Let Ba Mar Residents Stay in Their Community

By Joel Brown President, RHP Properties, owner/operator of Ba Mar Manufactured Home Community  As the owners of the Ba Mar Manufactured Home Community in Stony Point, New York our concern in…

State Legislators Must Consider Funding Proposed Legislation Mandating Full-Day K

To the Editor, Many would agree, as I do, that having full-day kindergarten classes in our public schools would benefit our students academically considering the changing learning standards. According to…

Juveniles and the Justice System

BY DIANE DIMOND Everyone knows youngsters aren’t mentally or emotionally equipped to make good decisions. That’s why most parents watch their teenagers like hawks. But every year thousands of American…

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