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Date Fairness.com Resource Read it at: Jul 27, 2010 Appeals Court Rejects Effort to Create Hybrid Taxi Fleet
QUOTE: The Bloomberg administration’s years-long attempt to force the city’s cab owners to switch from gas guzzlers to hybrid vehicles was rejected by a federal appeals court Tuesday morning.
New York Times May 08, 2009 New York Charges Rent for Working Homeless
QUOTE: The Bloomberg [Mayor] administration [of New York City] has quietly begun charging rent to homeless families who live in publicly run shelters but have income from jobs.
New York Times Feb 19, 2008 Defender in the Case of a Slain 7-Year-Old Girl Has His Admirers: Other Lawyers
QUOTE: Whatever it takes to acquit Nixzmary’s stepfather, Cesar Rodriguez, of one of the more notorious child murders in the city’s recent history, Mr. Schwartz says he is morally and professionally obligated to try it, if it is legal. In Mr. Schwartz’s ethical universe, the decision to represent Mr. Rodriguez has the air of a sacred mission.
New York Times Jan 20, 2008 Murder Case Tests Limits on Parents’ Right to Hit
QUOTE: Parents in all 50 states are allowed to hit their children...There are limits, of course, on what is allowed. But out of reluctance to legislate parental conduct, [New York] state lawmakers...[are] instead letting courts consider the matter case by case.
New York Times Aug 31, 2006 A Choice for New York Priests in Abuse Cases
QUOTE: These priests angering the critics of the church and exposing the diocese to further liability...can spend the rest of their lives in closely supervised housing, where, in addition to receiving regular therapy, they must fill out a daily log of their comings and goings. Or they can leave the priesthood and the lifetime security net that comes with it.
New York Times Jan 11, 2002 Judge Rules Fingerprints Cannot Be Called a Match
QUOTE: A judge has ruled for the first time that fingerprint evidence, a virtually unassailable prosecutorial tool for 90 years, does not meet the standards set for scientific testimony...
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