A public forum was planned in Little Neck Tuesday to support statewide hate crimes legislation, which organizers said has passed the Assembly several times and was supported by Gov. George Pataki but has never been voted on in the state Senate.
According to John Azzali of Queens Citizens Against Hate Crimes, one of the 13 groups sponsoring the forum, the event will be held in Little Neck in part because
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