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    New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio is preventing U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents from entering New York City public schools unless they obtain a court order, according to a new protocol intended to stop President Donald Trump immigration enforcement agenda. “We will not allow ICE agents to threaten that protection, disrupt classes or take any action that would be detrimental to our students,” de Blasio said at a press conference held outside New York’s Tweed Courthouse Tuesday afternoon. “We are reinforcing the fact that a school is a safe and protected location.” De Blasio added, “We think it’s crucial to fight for all New Yorkers and to help immigrant New Yorkers to know their rights. This is your city. Your city will stand by you.” The announcement was made in part of a series of events coordinated by liberal mayors in cities across the country by the U.S. Conference…

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    hottest of all sauces. the mayor of Taco Town was worried that the people would soon start to freak out about the river freezing over and wanted to make a statement to the town. the river was the main source of flavor in the town it made everything so much better, it also provided warmth to the town because it radiated heat as it flowed. which was the scariest part of the whole thing, it's like if you somehow froze a campfire. the mayor went out the next morning to speak to the town and tell…

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    “If you want to order two cups at the same time, that’s fine, it 's your choice. We are not taking away anybody 's right to do things, we are simply forcing you to understand.” If these words about the New York Soda Ban, from Mayor Bloomberg himself, are true, then what exactly was the point of making it? You see, although the intentions of the act are well-placed and well-founded, I have to disagree with the idea of the soda ban in its entirety. I’m not saying nothing should be done for the…

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    Soda Ban Policy Analysis

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    Without delay, Michael Bloomberg, mayor of New York City, clearly specified the decision was a “Temporary setback” and vowed to appeal; of overstepping and trying to impose a ban. The proposed ban drew national intention, giving the notion, “Any sugary drink larger than 16 ounces will be confisticated”. Is it really a smart approach to reduce the consumptions of soda? To put it as simply as possible, the soda ban policy should not accomplish its goal of reducing the food unit of consumption,…

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    Former mayor David Dinkins described the ethnic diversity of New York City as a “gorgeous mosaic.” New York City has always been a city of immigrants, welcoming people from all over the world, searching for a better life and the American Dream. (Trillind,David) Throughout history, the United States has enacted many laws pertaining to immigration into this country. On January 25 2017, 5 days after becoming President of the United States, Donald Trump signed an Executive Order that would withhold…

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    Broken Windows Policing

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    has been used in New York City from the 1990’s until present time. Broken windows theory was first described by George Kelling and James Wilson in an Atlantic Monthly article published in 1982. The success of dropping major crime rate in New York City was due to external factors not controlled under the policing method. The premature legitimization given to James Wilson and George Kelling, paved the way for the racist “ stop and frisk” procedure to occur in New York City. The broken windows…

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    a small secluded cottage located in a rural countryside. But now, he has just moved into New York City and has difficulty adapting to a new city lifestyle. Part of the reason why he has difficulty transitioning himself is because he lacked his rules of etiquette (he never really needed it since he was secluded from others). Luckily, he has just found himself to be the winner of a sponsorship ticket. This ticket promotes him to help out the mayor of New York City for three days, with a large…

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    Frisk History

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    History of Racial Bias with New York Police Department Stop and Frisk Policy New York utilize constitutional laws to govern its state, they relied on constitutional guidelines, for example; New York did not incorporate an express protection from unreasonable searches and seizures into the state constitution until 1938, relying instead upon Section 8 of the Civil Rights La. Section 12 of Article I of the State Constitution contains two paragraphs, the first identical to the Fourth Amendment and…

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    Case Study After the frustration of limited help from the federal government and the new growing fear of terrorism the New York City Police Department created a number of counterterrorism units to combat terrorism affecting the city. The NYPD even mentions in their mission statement on their counterterrorism unit page “Built upon the realization that the City could not rely solely on the federal government for its defense, the Counterterrorism Bureau was created” (nyc.gov). Although the City…

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    New York City Analysis

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    Hasan Final Essays 1. Analyze New York City’s rise as a diverse metropolis during the 1950s. In your essay, include a detailed analysis of the Puerto Rican migration to New York City. What were the causes of this migration? What conditions in Puerto Rico led many of its citizens to choose New York City? What government programs also led many Puerto Ricans to choose to come to the mainland, in particular, New York City? What problems did Puerto Ricans face when they arrived in New York City?…

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