Tag Archives: Government

Avoid Disaster Recovery Scams
Evite estafas de recuperación ante desastres

El representante Adriano Espaillat insta a todos los residentes a tener cuidado con las estafas y fraudes cuando soliciten recursos federales destinados a ayudar a los afectados por el huracán Ida...
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Subways, buses should run every 6 minutes: Stringer
Metro y autobuses deben pasar cada 6 minutos: Stringer

Scott Stringer

“The data is clear: the new rush hour is around the clock,” said Stringer. “We need to reform our outdated transit system to meet people when and where they are in a post-pandemic economy...”
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“We can do better”
“Podemos hacerlo mejor”

"Demandamos a las grandes farmacéuticas y ahora están pagando por la tragedia, la muerte y la destrucción... que causaron en todo el estado de Nueva York", dijo James...
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Vaccine mandate for city teachers can proceed: federal court
El mandato de vacunación para los maestros de la ciudad puede continuar: tribunal federal

Schools Chancellor Meisha Porter visits with a student.La canciller de escuelas, Meisha Porter, visita a un estudiante.

De Blasio said that teachers would have until 5:00 p.m. on Fri., Oct. 1 to comply and would not be paid beginning the following Monday if they failed to get the shot...
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New vaccine requirement for city workforce
Requisito de vacuna para la fuerza laboral de la ciudad

Defeat Delta. All city workers will be required to provide one-time proof of vaccination or weekly Covid-19 tests beginning on September 13, Mayor Bill de Blasio has announced.
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A Parade of Empty Promises
Un desfile de promesas vacías

After nearly a year and a half enduring an unprecedented health and economic crisis, it has come to this.
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Cash in Question
¿Prohibición de efectivo en camino? 

Cash payments at booths have been banned since the start of the pandemic, and many riders were eager for the day when they could again replenish MetroCards with dollars in hand and the help of a station agent. 
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Affordable Care Act (ACA) upheld
Se mantiene la Ley del Cuidado Asequible de la Salud (ACA, por sus siglas en inglés)

It’s a win for ACA – again. The U.S. Supreme Court has rejected another challenge to strike down the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
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Lawsuit takes aim at Gifted and Talented programs
Demanda apunta a programas para dotados y talentosos

"The system is "rigged." That is the claim made in a new lawsuit filed by a group of New York City high school students against the city and state to stop Gifted and Talented programs and admissions tests for public schools."
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Republicans Are Radical, Not Conservative

After the right-wing terrorist attack on the Capitol January 7th, some people might be confused in thinking that only Trump led us here – not Republicans.
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Fair Fares rolls out- in phases

New York City finally revealed details of the long-awaited Fair Fares, designed to assist low-income New Yorkers afford mass transit...
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Silent on Alzheimer’s
Silencio sobre el Alzheimer

Un mes antes de cumplir los 18 años, mi madre me dio un formulario de inscripción de votantes para completarlo. Ella me inculcó la importancia...
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