New NYC mayor de Blasio pushes to advance liberal agenda in 1st weeks in office

  • Article by: JONATHAN LEMIRE , Associated Press
  • Updated: January 12, 2014 - 1:55 PM

NEW YORK — New York Mayor Bill de Blasio, propelled by a landslide election and the hopes of a party out of power for a generation, will be quickly unveiling an ambitious liberal legislative program that could fundamentally reshape the role of government in the nation's largest city.

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saintnickJan. 12, 14 1:09 PM

NYC, meet Detroit. Crime rate? I'm sure it will go down. Can't we all get along? Some people need just a little more liberal ideology in their lives to see how that works out.

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Truckman182Jan. 12, 14 7:15 PM

You cannot legislate people into prosperity. Does NYC not remember the David Dinkens era?

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johndontJan. 12, 14 8:44 PM

"The new mayor also campaigned on a promise to mend frayed relations between the police and some minority neighborhoods that he believes was caused by an overreliance on the police tactic known as stop and frisk. Critics say the police tactic to stop anyone they deem suspicious unfairly targets blacks and Hispanics."

Might relaxing the stop and frisk practice result in more people getting shot or stabbed?

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