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Blog Posts in January, 2018

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TOLOACHE'S SOPA DE TORTILLA

Tomato and guajillo soup, crispy tortilla, chihuahua cheese, crema, avocado — $9 (I found it a bit too heavy; creamy.) @ Toloache
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UNNECESSARY OCCUPATIONAL LICENSING REGULATIONS

FTC Posts Blog on Voices for Liberty Video Project The Federal Trade Commission issued a blog highlighting a series of videos featuring Acting Chairman Maureen K. Ohlhausen and four guests who shared ...
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KILLED HER NEWBORN SON

DA VANCE: TIONA RODRIGUEZ PLEADS GUILTY TO KILLING NEWBORN SON FOUND IN HER BAG AT HERALD VICTORIA’S SECRET Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus R. Vance, Jr., recently announced the guilty plea of ...
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GET READY TO GET DIRTY

02/02 World Wetlands Day at Seagirt Avenue Wetlands Date: 02/02/2018 Location: Rockaway Beach And Boardwalk (Queens) (opens in new tab) Queens Meeting Location: Beach 6th Street and Seagirt Avenue, ...
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RENT REGULATION WASN'T FEDERALLY PREEMPTED

Central Park West tenants win rent case Owner claimed that federal law pre-empted Central Park West building from rent stabilization. In 1969, Jacob Haberman purchased nine separate tenement buildings ...
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STILL NOT LIKING THE TAX BILL

Americans Remain Negative on Tax Bill After Its Passage by Frank Newport Story Highlights 33% approve of the tax law in January, 55% disapprove Republican approval has edged up to 78% from 70% a month ...
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BREATHING SPREADS FLU

Flu may be spread just by breathing, new UMD-led study shows Coughing and sneezing not required for transmission UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND It is easier to spread the influenza virus (flu) than previously ...
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INFANT BABBLING BETTERS LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT

Babies' babbling betters brains, language CORNELL UNIVERSITY Babies are adept at getting what they need - including an education. New research shows that babies organize mothers' verbal ...
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SICKENING SEA SALT CARAMEL HEARTS

Palmer Candy Company Announces Voluntary Recall of Sea Salt Caramel Hearts Palmer Candy Company ( www.palmercandy.com ), announced a limited recall of Sea Salt Caramel Hearts that were only sold at ...
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WINTER RECEPTION FOR BRIAN KAVANAGH

Dear Friends, You are cordially invited to a Winter Reception in Support of State Senator Brian Kavanagh WHEN Wednesday, January 31st 6:00pm-8:00pm WHERE 121 Fulton Street Bar & Grill 121 Fulton ...
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HILAND DAIRY'S MILKY JUICE AND PUNCH

Hiland Dairy Announces Voluntary Recall Of Hiland Dairy Orange Juice And Tampico Citrus Punch Hiland Dairy is announcing a voluntary recall of two products produced at the Omaha, Nebraska facility, ...
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WANT TO SAVE OUR DEMOCRACY?

Lucas, Donald Trump's presidency is a wake-up call that if we want to save our democracy, we have to get big money out of politics. Ever since the Supreme Court's Citizens United decision, the ...
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LAUNCHING CAREERLIFT

Mayor de Blasio and the Rockefeller Foundation Launch "CareerLift" $1.5 million public-private partnership to help formerly out-of-work and out-of-school young adults improve job retention ...
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1.3 MILLION CALLY KIDS ARE @ RISK

Lucas, If Republicans in Congress don’t figure out a plan soon, 1.3 million children in California are at risk of losing their health insurance. Nearly 9 million of our nation’s most ...
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SPEONK GETS SOME AFFORDABLE HOUSING

Governor Cuomo Announces Groundbreaking of $30 Million Affordable Housing Development in Suffolk County Construction Begins on 66 Mixed-Income Rental Apartments with Access to Public Transit in Town ...
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THE WAR ON TERROR IS CLOSER TO HOME

B rother of San Diego Man Killed Fighting for ISIS Sentenced to 10 Years for Terrorism Related Charges and Illegal Firearms Possession In Related Case, Canadian National Faces Extradition to the U.S. ...
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FIGHTING FOR NET NEUTRALITY

A.G. Schneiderman Files Suit To Stop Illegal Rollback Of Net Neutrality AG Schneiderman Leads Coalition of 22 Attorneys General in Filing Petition for Review, Formally Commencing Lawsuit Click Here ...
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POLLO TOLOACHE

Chipotle marinated chicken breast a la plancha, crispy Mexican cheeses, pinto bean dumpling, sweet corn-pico de gallo. ($25) @ Toloache
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TOLOACHE'S QUESADILLA DE CAMARON

Roasted shrimp, chile de arbol salsa, chihuahua cheese, pineapple-red onion salad ($15) @ Toloache
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TOLOACHE'S GUACAMOLE

Tradicional, Mild Avocado, tomato, onion, cilantro, serrano — $14 @ Toloache
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ANNUAL PRIVACY AND DATA SECURITY UPDATE

FTC Releases Annual Privacy and Data Security Update The Federal Trade Commission today released its annual report summarizing its privacy and data security work in 2017. The Commission is the ...
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FIRED EMPLOYEES THAT DECLINED FLU SHOT

Mission Hospital Agrees to Pay $89,000 To Settle EEOC Religious Discrimination Lawsuit Asheville Hospital Fired Employees for Declining Flu Vaccination, Federal Agency Charged Mission Hospital, Inc., ...
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NO SHED LIABILITY WHERE CONSTRUCTION HAS STOPPED

No sidewalk shed violation at stopped job 35-03 Leavitt Street, Queens. Image: Google Maps. Buildings cited unsafe conditions at inactive construction site and served construction supervisor. Dennis ...
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