New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg is at it again, this time trying to change the raise the age to legally buy cigarettes from 18 to 21.
Former Obama administration official and New York City mayoral hopeful Adolfo Carrion may have violated New York’s state election laws, according to the New York Daily News.
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg will deliver his State of the City address today at Brooklyn’s new Barclay Center. The mayor is looking to solidify his reputation as “Nanny Bloomberg” with a slew of proposed regulations in his final address, including a ban on Styrofoam.
Democratic politicians might be accused occasionally of running dirty campaigns, but it turns out they (and independent Michael Bloomberg) run nine of the 10 dirtiest cities in America, according to ‘Travel and Leisure’ magazine.
New York City has managed to avoid much of the pain caused by the recession, averaging lower unemployment rates and better job growth than the rest of the country, but it has not been enough to stop rising unemployment.