Tag: Laws

Every Day is Labor Day

“Nothing binds you except your thoughts; nothing limits you except your fear; and nothing controls you except your beliefs.” — Marianne Williamson The big 1-2-5. That’s right, 125 years ago, 1894, Labor Day was marked on mental calendars of the working class for the first time. Class consciousness has been

House Votes #2, 17-6-19

What is the House of Representatives voting on this coming week? This is a continuation of a weekly series to keep people informed in a quick easy, nonpartisan manner. This week: Appropriations.

House of Representatives’ Slate: House Votes #1, 10-6-19

What is the House of Representatives voting on this coming week? I’m starting a new weekly series to keep people informed in a quick easy, nonpartisan manner.

Port: 2018’s First Common Council Meeting

A new law and numerous resolutions were approved Monday, Jan. 8, 2018, by the 2018 Port Jervis Common Council.

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