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‘How long we can do it?’ New Jersey farmers share their struggle with Rep. Gottheimer – News 12 Brooklyn

‘How long we can do it?’ New Jersey farmers share their struggle with Rep. Gottheimer  News 12 Brooklyn
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Nonprofit Group “Safe New York” Taking on Legislators Who Support Bail Reform Laws

Nonprofit Group “Safe New York” Taking on Legislators Who Support Bail Reform Laws

Edited by: TJVNews.com

As bail reform measures continue to take center stage in the ongoing conversation concerning the crime wave that has gripped New York City, a new group has emerged that is planning to boost the campaigns of moderate democrats in the Senate primaries that are scheduled for August 23rd.

The group seeks to offer pushback to the agenda of those in Albany who advocate a soft on crime approach, as was reported by the Post. The group has support from unions and wants to strengthen the campaigns of candidates who are running against progressive challengers backed by AOC and incumbents on the far left of the political spectrum, the Post reported.

The nonprofit group “Safe New York” which was formed only recently began to run ad on television as of Tuesday, The Post reported that a narrator on the ad says: “New York is making a comeback. But Albany has failed us when it comes to the safety and the justice we deserve.”

The Post reported that it’s organized by pro-Mayor Eric Adams Transport Workers Union president Tony Utano, Jackie Rowe-Adams of the anti-violence organization Harlem Mothers SAVE and reps from groups such as Alliance for Community Preservation and Betterment, New Yorkers for Safer Streets, WSUR Brownstones and Asian Wave Alliance.

The 30 second ad goes on to say: “We need state senators who will tackle the current crisis with stronger gun trafficking laws to get illegal guns off our streets and tools for judges to protect us from dangerous criminals, “ as was reported by the Post.

While the group is not throwing their support behind any particular candidates in senate races because of IRS rules that govern charities, the Post reported that the group is focusing on the angle that the criminal justice laws must be strengthened in order that the rule of law may prevail once again or at the very least restored to the gravitas that they once were prior to their pre-bail reform days.

A source revealed to the Post that “Safe New York” is planning to spend close to a million dollars on the statewide ad buy.

Speaking to the Post, Utano said, “Public safety on our subways and on our streets has reached a crisis level, and voters need to know what is at stake in the upcoming elections this month. It is essential for the future of New York that our leaders make common sense decisions to keep New Yorkers safe, so that our city and state can recover and thrive.”

The message of the group comes at a time when New York City Mayor Eric Adams, who is under pressure to curb the astronomical rise in crime in the city that he governs, has made repeated requests that Governor Kathy Hochul call an emergency session of the Democrat-controlled state Legislature and roll back parts of the controversial bail reform statute, as was reported by the Post.

Thus far, Hochul has been resistant to amending the bail reform laws and has been assigning blames to judges in New York for not adhering to the law.

The Post reported that the issue of the rise in crime will be a central point in some state senate primaries. This is particularly so in districts where incumbents who defended bail reform are running to keep their seats.

For example, in the senate race in the 31st district that encompasses upper Manhattan, the incumbent State Senator Robert Jackson is facing a fierce challenge from Angel Vazquez, an education and policy advisor for the United Federation of Teachers, as was reported by the Post.

Another race that is being watched is in the 33rd senate district that covers parts of The Bronx. The Post reported that incumbent Senator Gustavo Rivera is running against challenge Miguelina Camilo, an attorney who is receiving support by the Bronx Democratic Party.

The primary election is scheduled for Aug. 23.

The post Nonprofit Group “Safe New York” Taking on Legislators Who Support Bail Reform Laws appeared first on The Jewish Voice.

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This is the Likud’s list for the November Knesset elections

The Likud party announced on Thursday afternoon the results of its party primary and unveiled the final list of candidates for the elections for the 25th Knesset which will be held in November.

Opposition leader Benjamin Netanyahu did not face a primary challenger for leadership of the Likud party after MK Yuli Edelstein dropped out of the race in June. In addition, there were a number of reserved spots on the Likud list which were not subject to the primary results, so the final list of Likud candidates is as follows:

1. Benjamin Netanyahu
2. Yariv Levin
3. Eli Cohen
4. Yoav Galant
5. David (Dudi) Amsalem
6. Amir Ohana
7. Yoav Kisch
8. Nir Barkat
9. Miri Regev
10. Miki Zohar
11. Avi Dichter
12. Yisrael Katz.
13. Shlomo Karhi
14. A reserved spot
15. Danny Danon
16. A reserved spot
17. David Bitan
18. Yuli Edelstein
19. Eliyahu Revivo
20. Galit Distel Atbaryan
21. Nissim Vaturi
22. Shalom Danino
23. Haim Katz
24. Ofir Akunis.
25. Tali Gottlieb
26. Hanoch Milivitsky
27. Boaz Bismuth
28. A reserved spot
29. Eli Dellal
30. Gila Gamliel.
31. Ofir Katz
32. May Golan
33. Dan Illouz
34. Ariel Kellner
35. Eti Atiya
36. Amit Halevi
37. A reserved spot
38. Osher Shekelim
39. Ketti Shitrit.
40. Moshe Passal
41. Shashi Guetta
42. Avihai Boaron
43. A reserved spot
44. Ayoob Kara
45. Spot reserved for a haredi candidate
46. ​​Tzachi Hanegbi
47. Erez Tadmor
48. Gilad Sharon
49. Keren Barak
50. Orly Levi-Abekasis
51. Uzi Dayan
52 Dorit Ohana.
53. Avi Simchon
54. Moshe Feiglin

The post This is the Likud’s list for the November Knesset elections appeared first on The Jewish Voice.

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Stick-Wielding, Gas Mask-Wearing Former Police Officer Who Joined the Jan. 6 Capitol Mob …

Thomas Robertson, a former Virginia police officer, is sentenced to more than seven years behind bars for joining the Capitol attack on Jan. 6.

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M&T Bank: No major concerns for People’s Bank Customers – News 12 Brooklyn

M&T Bank: No major concerns for People’s Bank Customers  News 12 Brooklyn
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City of Norwalk breaks ground on new Cranbury Elementary School – News 12 Brooklyn

City of Norwalk breaks ground on new Cranbury Elementary School  News 12 Brooklyn
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Congress considers bill to lower cost of prescription drugs, health care for seniors – News 12 Brooklyn

Congress considers bill to lower cost of prescription drugs, health care for seniors  News 12 Brooklyn
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Volodymyr Zelenskyy wants to see Western nations ban Russians from entering. Are countries able to do that? – ABC News

Volodymyr Zelenskyy wants to see Western nations ban Russians from entering. Are countries able to do that?  ABC News
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Яндекс.Новости: Главное: Сенатор Пушков заявил, что Европе будет очень трудно без российской нефти

«Иными словами, эмбарго на морские перевозки российской нефти, которое ЕС вводит с 2023 года, накажет куда больше самих европейцев, чем Россию», — подчеркнул он. Пушков заявил, что Европе «будет очень трудно» без российской нефти.

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Яндекс.Новости: Главное: WP: Россия контролирует на Украине месторождения полезных ископаемых на $12,4 трлн

Россия взяла под контроль несколько украинских месторождений полезных ископаемых, оцениваемых в $12,4 трлн, сообщает The Washington Post (WP). По ее информации, часть месторождений «были захвачены Москвой» еще после присоединения Крыма в 2014 году. WP ссылается на данные канадской компании SecDev.

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