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The steep cost of potential litigation is built into the budget of every New York construction project. Read More.
Is less stringent law enforcement really what NYC needs? Read More.
A recent poll conducted by Monmouth University found that Americans believe New York to be the most corrupt state in the country. Read More.
Slower subway and bus service is a symptom of deeper problems at the MTA. Read More.
The New York City Council is considering passage of a bill that could lead to an increase in serious crime in New York. Read More.
The taxi bigwigs gathered yesterday for an emergency summit to discuss ways to protect their monopoly against the likes of Uber, Lyft, and other new competitors. Read More.
Mayor de Blasio’s plan to raise the minimum wage will hurt New York City’s economy and stifle job growth. Read More.
When debating the charter school issue, you should not put much stock in the New York Times's jab at Success Academy, one of NYC's best performing charter school networks. Here's what the New York Times missed. Read More.
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