Riverkeeper will be filing detailed comments about the Tappan Zee Bridge draft Environmental Impact Statement before the public comment deadline on March 30. These are some of our top concerns.
Monthly Archives: March 2012
Listeners to Rush Limbaugh were greeted to several long stretches of “dead air” during Thursdsay’s broadcast as it aired on WABC.
Presidential candidate and whackjob Rick Santorum blames New Yorkers for any criticism that comes his way. In a paranoid rant, he claims that journalists, and others, living in the Empire State are out to get him.
What may be in the works is only speculation. Even the most connected people in Albany told us that they don’t know what to expect, should a deal be struck.
Nearly 6,000 NY households were denied or cut off from food stamps because of finger imaging problems between January 2009 and July 2010.
Judge Roanne Mann, the special master for redistricting, has released her Congressional district lines, and they show big changes ahead.
by Gustav Wynn
New York municipalities are steaming mad about a federal law that allows religious organizations to skirt zoning requirements that other residents and businesses must abide by.
GOP Congressman Michael Grimm is allegedly being investigated by Federal authorities for taking illegal campaign contributions and laundering money.
In New York, judges are standing up for communities’ rights to say no to corporate drilling.
by Van Jones
During election season, all eyes turn to politics. How do we ensure that the interests of the 99 percent are represented in the halls of power?