Tuesday, March 5, 2013


FIVE BOROUGH BALLOT: The latest installment of our 2013 election project finds that voters in Bayside, Queens, are all over the map when it comes to what New York City's next mayor should focus on: http://bit.ly/WsmSJR
New York City has seen a steep increase in homeless families in the past decade, growing 73 percent since 2002, and an average of more than 50,000 families slept in city shelters for the first time in January, a record number, The Wall Street Journal writes: http://on.wsj.com/XndplL
 The state Education Department has received applications to open four charter schools in New York City as part of Bloomberg's Young Men's Initiative, but members of the mayor's office have been quietly working to design the schools, the Post writes: http://bit.ly/ZZz1Dv
The Times argues against a proposed Hurricane Sandy exception passed by the House to pay for the rebuilding of houses of worship, saying that it violates the First Amendment: http://nyti.ms/YL4ia8

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