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Tuesday, May 31, 2016
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The Herald has called in the past for the state government to close the loophole that allows people to exceed campaign contribution limits by forming limited liability companies, or LLCs . . . more
We congratulate Town of Hempstead Supervisor Anthony Santino on his new transparency initiative: live-streaming town board meetings. Residents who want to know what their elected officials are discussing . . . more
“Even as you get all dressed up and glow with the anticipation of this coming night, keep in mind that there will be times in your life that are painful and there will be many . . . more
When you look at data on drunken driving over the past 30-plus years, it’s clear that we’re making real progress. Drunken driving-related deaths have been cut in half since 1980, down to just under 10,000 in 2014. But it’s equally clear that bringing that number down to zero will require a lot of hard work, creative thinking and new ideas. more
After almost 20 years in development, ground is about to be broken on a nearly $1 billion mixed-use project on waterfront property along Garvies Point in Glen Cove . . . more
There is a bill now being considered in the State Senate’s Codes Committee that deserves public support. It would eliminate the statute of limitations that now prevents victims who are 23 or older from filing claims of sexual abuse . . . more
On April 22, we will celebrate the 46th annual Earth Day, when, ideally, we should commit to improving the state of our great Mother Ship. Despite our best efforts to discover a second planet where we might lay down roots . . . more
On April 19, voters in the 9th Senate District will decide who will replace Sen. Dean Skelos, the disgraced majority leader, and, potentially, which party will control the State Senate. As readers have no doubt noticed . . . more
Environmentally speaking, the mid-20th century was a terrible time. Government and industry experimented with all manner of chemicals . . . more
Nassau County buys a lot of stuff — millions of dollars’ worth of things like police cars and office supplies — and contracts for services from attorneys, consultants and others. The process of procuring all these goods and services . . . more
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