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17 May
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Capital New York: A New (Non-Smoking) Champion for Marijuana Legalization

Sen. Krueger will soon be introducing legislation to legalize, regulate, and tax marijuana in New York State. Capital New York’s Dana Rubinstein attended Sen. Krueger’s recent forum on marijuana policy reform, and reports on Sen. Krueger’s forthcoming legislation: “It is ...

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15 May
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Liz Joins Legislators and Women’s Equality Coalition to Demand Legislature Allow Votes on Governor’s Full 10-Point Women’s Equality Agenda

State legislators, New York City Council members, and leaders of prominent organizations advocating for women’s equality and health gathered today to demand an open floor vote in the State Senate on Governor Andrew Cuomo’s 10-point Women’s Equality Act, whose introduction ...

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09 May
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Liz’s Community Bulletin: May 2013

Liz’s May Community Bulletin is available! Download it as a PDF file here.

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30 Apr
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May 15 — Marijuana Policy Today: Where do We Go from Here?

New York’s marijuana possession law remains broken as tens of thousands of mostly Black and Latino youth are arrested for marijuana possession each year. Given this changing landscape, we will discuss what’s happening with marijuana reform policy in New York, and get perspectives on ...

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30 Apr
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Liz’s Free Events List – May 2013

Liz’s free events list for May is available here! Click here to download the list.

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26 Apr
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May 7: NOW-NYC Hosts Mayoral Candidates Forum at Pace University

An invitation from the New York City chapter of the National Organization of Women: We are electing our first new Mayor in twelve years. Now is the time to make sure the next leader of New York City puts equality ...

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25 Apr
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Albany Times Union: NOW Wants Governor’s Women’s Equality Agenda Needs to Go Before the Legislature

Wednesday, Sen. Krueger joined Democratic Conference Leader Andrea Stewart-Cousins, other colleagues, and a broad group of advocates for women’s rights to call for the introduction of legislation and an open vote on the Governor’s women’s equality agenda, including reproductive rights ...

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23 Apr
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4/29: Town Hall on Student Privacy and School Data Sharing

Parents: do you know that your child’s confidential, personal school records are going to be shared with a corporation called inBloom? This highly sensitive information will be stored on remote servers “in the cloud,” shared with this corporation, and could ...

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08 Apr
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Liz’s Community Bulletin: April 2013

Liz’s April Community Bulletin is available! Download it as a PDF file.

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04 Apr
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Liz in Politicker: “Our wild-west campaign finance laws have nurtured a culture of corruption”

In Politicker‘s continuing coverage of the wave of federal arrests of politicians and political party officials, Liz makes the case that real campaign finance reform is necessary to truly clean up New York politics: Although Mr. Smith’s electoral plans could ...

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