Mayor Bill de Blasio kicked off Climate Week yesterday with the announcement of solar installations doubling since the beginning of his administration. One City" Built to Last plan was release last week to report the spur of growth of solar energy in New York City for both public and private buildings.
New York State Police made over 750 arrests of drivers that were intoxicated during the 20-day Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over national crackdown. The Labor Day crackdown was aimed to reduce impaired motorists who drive while drunk or ingested with drugs. The New York State Police and local law enforcement agencies targeted drivers that were distracted, speeding or not wearing seatbelts.
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo has announced that he will address delegates in the Puerto Rican Healthcare crisis along with other New York officials. The Puerto Rican governments are currently undergoing a major healthcare crisis that has affected their economy by challenging Washington, D.C. to act at once! An invitation by Puerto Rican Governor, Alejandro Garcia Padilla was extended for 9/8/2015.
New Jersey's Peace Action Group, a 56-year old grass roots disarmament organization protested in front of Bank Of America today across from Penn Station Newark, NJ. The peaceful Americans and the like drew the attention of supports to deliver awareness to build and enhance Israel's security using a U.S.-Israel alliance.
The National Action Network, (NAN) Founder, Rev. Al Sharpton, opened registration for all to attend a "From Demonstration To Legislation Legislative & Policy Conference" on July 8-9, 2015, in Washington, D.C., Capitol Hill. Many supporters of NAN came out to the conference for the introduction of policy and how the development of Bills will affect their financial interest of the organization.