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Mind the GAAP
The New York Uprising reform pledge signed by a majority of members of both houses of the Legislature had three points: independent, nonpartisan redistricting; ethics reform; and, finally, the implementation of a GAAP budget process.

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At the end of December, Bob Kerrey ended his tenure as president of The New School.

Kerrey pines for his political voice post-school presidency
By Lincoln Anderson
After a sometimes-tumultuous 10 years leading The New School, Bob Kerrey has turned the page and is moving on to the next chapter in his life.


Feds are charged up to chuck school PCB-packing lights
By Aline Reynolds
The city Department of Education and the federal Environmental Protection Agency are at odds concerning recent discussions over eliminating possible airborne toxins from public schools.



Waterfront park president to set sail for new job
By Albert Amateau
The Hudson River Park Trust announced on Wednesday that Connie Fishman, president of the state/city authority that is building the 5-mile-long riverfront park, is leaving her post after 11 years with the Trust, seven of them as president.


Before Dick did waterboarding: What Houdini knew
BY JERRY TALLMER
Reconstructed Water Torture Cell part of exhibit’s bag of tricks

Ms. Jones becomes an assertive ‘Mrs.’
BY JERRY TALLMER
Tony winner crafts a ‘full, courageous, thinking, complex human being.’


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