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Tuesday, Jan. 13, 2015

Astoria

Campaign finance reform bill penned: Gianaris

The state has no business repaying political campaigns in the wake of criminal case acquittals, state Sen. Michael Gianaris said. Comment

Thursday, Jan. 8, 2015

Politics

Crimes drops in borough as cops make fewer arrests

The borough was in sync with the citywide drop in crime registered last year compared to 2013, but the news came as Police Commissioner William Bratton admitted that police officers are making fewer arrests and issuing fewer summonses. Comment
Hollis

Smith, Tabone corruption trial begins

With fresh faces in the jury booth, federal prosecutors and defense attorneys resumed their places in White Plains federal court Tuesday, gestured toward two Queens political figures and recited familiar arguments. Comment

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