Jill has been a great asset to the Hillsdale Town Board. She is committed to our community. Her work with the Roe Jan Park is just one example of how she has brought success to a wonderful project. Park events, the summer camp, and the beautiful landscape has been enjoyed by residents and vi… Read more

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Many New York businesses and residents are struggling economically and emotionally from the pandemic, and some legislators want to make it worse by advancing legislation under the guise of animal welfare that will irreparably harm neighborhood pet stores and drive people seeking the companio…

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As former Presidents of the CCSD Board of Education, invested parents, and engaged community members, we invite you to join us in support of Chris Spencer and Beth Hover for the positions of Board Members in the Annual Budget Vote on May 18, 2021.

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Two New York State Legislators have introduced a bill aimed at improving health for both people and the planet. The Tobacco Waste Reduction Act, sponsored by Senator Liz Krueger and Assemblymember Judy Griffin, would prohibit the sale of single-use filtered cigarettes, attachable single-use …

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One of the most disturbing underbellies of poverty is child abuse. When you can’t put enough food on the table, when the car is out of gas and your job doesn’t pay a living wage — or due to the pandemic you don’t even have a job — a whining child can become a target.

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We’re not yet ready to deal with the question of police violence. It might seem strange to say this. Police violence has been getting a great deal of attention, so why are we not yet ready?

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The uses and misuses of the Constitution haunt the political life of the nation. Partisans, through two impeachments and trials of President Trump, cited as gospel the decisions made by fifty-five white men in the heat of the 1787 Philadelphia summer. Originalists seem to picture the words c…