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AG James defends Census against Trump administration’s latest attack at Supreme Court

Despite numerous losses in its efforts to politicize the 2020 Decennial Census, the Trump administration is seeking to again violate basic constitutional and statutory commands.

City partnership launches tool to help NYers verify identity of their contact tracers

The NYC Test & Trace Corps today announced the launch of “Validate My Tracer,” a new tool designed to allow New Yorkers to easily verify that the person reaching out to them is a contract tracer with the NYC Test & Trace Corps, in recognition of International Fraud Awareness Week.

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Analysis reveals racial disparities in NYC homeownership

An analysis powered by artificial intelligence by SAS and the Center for NYC Neighborhoods reveals racial disparities in homeownership, home loans and foreclosures in the city.

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Easy Dishes to Boost Immunity

Staying healthy is important year-round, but especially in the cooler months when temperatures drop, people spend more time inside and germs can spread easily.

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Doe Fund receives affordable housing award

The Doe Fund recently received a Federal Home Loan Bank of New York Affordable Housing Program award of $600,000 for Villa House, its latest affordable and supportive multifamily development in the Bronx.

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‘Manhattan Mom & Pop Tax Relief Act’ suspends tax on small businesses

State Sen. Brad Hoylman and Assembly Member Harvey Epstein introduced the “Manhattan Mom & Pop Tax Relief Act,” legislation that will suspend collection of the Commercial Rent Tax (CRT) during the COVID-19 pandemic from small businesses with a base rent of less than $1 million per year.

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Body cameras now required to be worn by police with regulations in NJ

Legislation requiring and regulating police body cameras by law enforcement in New Jersey has been signed into law by Gov. Phil Murphy.

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AG Grewal tells prosecutors to halt marijuana possession cases

New Jersey Attorney General Grewal directs all state municipal, county and state prosecutors to adjourn, until at least Jan. 25, 2021, any juvenile or adult case solely involving the following marijuana possession-related offenses.

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Thanksgiving Day free meals in the city

Here's a list of organizations, churches, and groups who are giving away free meals on Thanksgiving Day.

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Poll shows racial and income disparities in distance learning in NJ

The results of a new poll by the New Jersey Children’s Foundation revealed that not only do families want a better remote education experience but that there are stark racial and income disparities when it comes to access to the additional learning help students need.

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