AIR QUALITY HEALTH ADVISORY ISSUED FOR NEW YORK STATE
May 24, 2016
By RYAN WICKER New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) Acting Commissioner Basil Seggos and State Department of Health (DOH) Commissioner Howard Zucker, M.D., J.
Renaissance Boy Mario Del Vecchio One of Country’s Best 8th Grade Wrestlers, Weightlifting Phenom, Star of Multiple Movies & Top Student
May 27, 2023
This past season, he pinned the 11th grader who placed 3rd in the Florida High School States. He pinned the 12th grader who placed 4th in the Florida High School States. He was a High School State Placer.
New President of New York City Transit Appointed Today
November 17, 2015
by– Fiona Von Bier Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) Chairman and CEO Thomas F. Prendergast today announced the appointment of Veronique “Ronnie” Hakim as the eighth permanent president of MTA New York City Transit, which moves more than 8 million daily customers on subways, buses, the Staten Island Railway and paratransit service. Hakim has served as Special Counsel at New York City Transit as well as Executive Vice President and General Counsel at MTA Capital Construction, during her career at MTA.
SPOTLIGHT ON NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIVERSITY COACH PAT POPOLIZIO
July 6, 2021
By DANIEL SONNINSHINE As found on North Carolina State University’s website, below is Pat Popolizio’s bio. Learn about this coach’s career: “The 2020-21 wrestling season marks Pat Popolizio’s ninth at the helm of the NC State wrestling program, as he was named head wrestling coach of the Wolfpack on April 10, 2012.
JOE BIDEN WANTS TO SQUEEZE THE MIDDLE CLASS
December 21, 2020
By CATHERINE MORTENSEN When April Long, a 45-year old suburban mother in Detroit pays the family bills, she sets aside an extra $100 each month that she calls her “Trump cash.” That’s how much her family saves each month from the 2017 Trump tax cut. “Trump has been a blessing to our family,” Long said.
BETTER GOVERNMENT BEGINS WITH TRANSPARENT INFORMATION
January 29, 2019
By RICK MANNING Limited government demands that the administrative state base regulations upon a foundation of sound science and transparency. But transparency and evidence-based science are not just a limited government issue; they’re a better governance issue that should enjoy bipartisan commitment. In particular, there’s a lot at stake in ensuring that the best and most reliable available research and evidence is behind rules proposed and implemented by federal agencies.