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Cuomo Moves To Ban Gay Conversion Therapy In New York, Calling It 'Fundamentally Flawed'New York is taking steps to stop therapists from trying to change young people's sexual orientation, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Saturday, joining a number of states that have acted against what's known as gay conversion therapy.
NYPD Officer Wounded In Bronx Housing Project Shooting Released From HospitalOne of two NYPD officers who was shot by a suspect in a housing project stairwell in the Bronx was released from the hospital on Friday.
Brooklyn-Queens Streetcar, New Solar Panels Among De Blasio's Plans In State Of The City AddressMayor Bill de Blasio delivered his State of the City address Thursday evening in the Bronx.
Teamsters Pull Support For Horse Carriage Compromise, City Council Cancels VoteThe compromise plan was initially supported by the Teamsters and Mayor Bill de Blasio and City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito.
Commissioner Bratton To Subway Riders: 'Give Us Some Help'Bratton is calling on New Yorkers to do their part to stay alert and reduce the risk of assault.
De Blasio Wants To Boost Solar Capacity Five-FoldMayor Bill De Blasio wants to increase the solar power capacity of city-owned buildings five-fold from what it is now, mayoral aides said Wednesday.
De Blasio Unveils Plan To Crack Down On Graffiti, Litter In NYCThe program will step up anti-graffiti efforts, increase power-washing of sidewalks in busy commercial areas and bolster anti-litter efforts along the city's highways and onramps.
City Council Wants Additional $10G Added To Wage Hike ProposalThe proposal would boost council members' salaries to $148,500 -- a $36,000 raise from their current $112,500 a year paycheck.
NYC Launches New Program To Keep Streets CleanThe program will step up anti-graffiti efforts, increase power-washing of sidewalks in busy commercial areas and bolster anti-litter efforts along the city's highways and onramps.
Mayor De Blasio Will Announce Plan For Cell Phone Payment At Parking MetersMayor Bill de Blasio is set to announce plans that would allow drivers to pay by using a cell phone app at the city's 85,000 metered parking spots by the end of the year.
Timing Of Pay Raise, Horse And Carriage Bills Draws Suspicion From DriversThere were harsh accusations from horse carriage drivers on Tuesday. They claim politicians are pushing them off the street like worthless pawns.
NYC Councilman: Postpone Vote On Horse Carriage Bill A New York City Councilman is calling for a postponement of a vote on the hotly debated horse carriage bill.

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