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After having mainly reached out to voters through a massive TV ad campaign, the Cuomo campaign is set to unleash a digital and door-knocking operation designed to motivate women voters in November, sources say.
A self-proclaimed Brooklyn minister who was awarded $574,000 in damages last week for being falsely arrested and allegedly assaulted by NYPD cops may never see a dime. The Rev. Eli Figueroa (left) and Shirley Saenz were falsely arrested and accused of child endangerment in a bizarre incident. udge Jack Weinstein nullified Figueroa's award.
A recent report notes there are only 27 inspectors overseeing New York State’s 5,000 salons and nail shops, 2,000 of them in the city. Under the proposed legislation, these establishments would get a letter-grading system like the one used for city restaurants. 'Every single woman we work with' has a horror story about a manicure or pedicure gone wrong, said Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr., who is pushing the legislation.