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After Years of Criticism from the National Center for Public Policy Research, CNN Chief Admits Network was “Too Liberal”

PRESS RELEASE FROM NATIONAL CENTER FOR PUBLIC POLICY RESEARCH After years of repeatedly criticizing CNN’s parent company for the network’s liberal bias, the National Center for Public Policy Research flipped…

Jaffee, Day, Wieder issue statements in support of East Ramapo bill

Jaffee Statement on Passage of East Ramapo Bill (A10723/S08131) (Albany) “After working together for many years on many pieces of legislation with the advocates, parents, my colleagues and the State…

Supporters Converge on “Trump Headquarters” in Bardonia

Trump voters hope he’ll bring accountability back to Washington BY DYLAN SKRILOFF A self-styled headquarters supporting the campaign of Donald J. Trump for president of the United States has opened up…

Skoufis reforms pass full Assembly, Schmitt calls them inadequate

Two bills aimed at protecting neighborhoods from predatory real estate practices and sponsored by Assemblyman James Skoufis (D-Woodbury) passed the full Assembly this week. One of the bills was specifically…

LAW PARTNERS DENY IMPENDING DIVORCE AT FEERICK, LYNCH, MACCARTNEY AND NUGENT

Rumors of a divorce at the Nyack law firm of Feerick, Lynch MacCartney and Nugent have been denied by the law partners themselves. Some of the firm’s own clients had…

Argument Between Legislators Doesn’t Stop Bill from Moving Forward

BY VICTORIA TANNER After two weeks and no additional meeting, on Tuesday, June 14, the Multi-Services committee moved the Pharmacy “Take-Back” Act forward to the next full legislative session. Information…

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