Tag Archives: Politics/government

Banking on Brilliant
“Un cambio de juego”

child at a desk

Bajo Brilliant NYC, la ciudad capacitará a los 4,000 maestros de jardín de infantes para brindar experiencias de aprendizaje aceleradas...
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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 “We need to reform our outdated transit system to meet people when and where they are in a post-pandemic economy...”
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Senate parliamentarian rejects immigration plan a second time
Experta en reglas parlamentarias del Senado rechaza plan de inmigración por segunda vez 

“Dos veces ahora, una burócrata no electa ha intentado frustrar la mejor oportunidad de justicia para inmigrantes en más de treinta años...
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DOE, DC 37 reach deal on vaccine mandate
El DOE y DC 37 llegan a un acuerdo sobre el mandato de vacunación

The agreement, which will affect about 20,000 school employees, gives DC 37 members the option to take a leave of absence with health insurance until they are vaccinated...
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Bassett is back
Bassett está de regreso

"Dr. Mary Bassett was a visionary and transformational leader as New York City's health commissioner, we welcome her back in this new and vital position as New York State's Health Commissioner..."
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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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Newmark and NY1
Newmark y NY1

CUNY’s Newmark Graduate School of Journalism and Spectrum News NY1 are teaming up to air a one-hour special on July 20 at 8 p.m. in celebration of the school’s 15th anniversary.
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“We just want to be visible”
“Solo queremos ser visibles”

Last week, home health care workers paraded up Broadway to City Hall to cheers as part of the city’s Hometown Heroes celebration honoring healthcare and essential workers.
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“It’s going to go a long way”
“Será muy útil”

Families may start to see some extra money in their bank accounts as soon as next week - as the first payments from the federal Child Care Tax (CTC) credit are disbursed.
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Making second chances real
Hacer reales las segundas oportunidades

It is what Michelle DelVecchio said she experienced after leaving prison.
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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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Decision Daze
Elección de espera

New York City residents headed to the polls on Tuesday to vote in the primary election, but might have to wait well into July for some of the results.
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