Wednesday, April 25, 2012



* City Councilman Jumaane Williams argues in a letter to the Times for increased funding of youth public safety programs as an alternative to the NYPD's stop-and-frisk policy:

* Times columnist Jim Dwyer argues the illogicality of New York City's policy of giving out free condoms while allowing them as evidence of prostitution for sex workers:

* Nicole Gelinas contends in the Post that Cuomo's nomination of former Gov. David Paterson to the MTA board is ominous, given Paterson's history of concessions to the Transit Workers Union:

* The Daily News argues New York City needs more substantive proof of the link between free breakfasts and childhood obesity before it considers scaling back the program:

* The Times Union argues the Cuomo administration undermined its commitment to reforming the state's developmental disabilities programs when it disinvited a whistleblower from a panel on the issue:


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