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In response to Republican obstructionism and procedural tacits to veil their votes against health care for 9/11 first responders, Anthony Weiner gives a passionate speech on the House floor.
December 26, 2008: Anthony Weriner addresses Mayor Bloomberg directly to speak out against the plan to extend term limits in NYC.
In January, 2008, Congressman Weiner gave a talk to a panel at The New School on the state of the middle class.
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New York City – Kicking off the “closing argument” for his mayoral campaign, Anthony Weiner outlined six proposals in Washington Heights today to make New York City taxes more fair for the middle class and those struggling to make it there. The proposals are from his two books of ideas, Keys to the City: 64 Ideas to Keep New York City the Capital of the Middle Class and Even More Keys to the City: 61 Additional Ideas to Keep New York the Capital of the Middle Class.
Weiner Proposes Plan to Cut Hunger by Reducing Stigma
New York City – Speaking in front of P.S. 166 The Richard Rogers School of the Arts & Technology, Democratic mayoral candidate Anthony Weiner today announced his proposal to expand “Grab and Go” food stands in school hallways. The proposal, from his second book of ideas, Even More Keys to the City – 61 Additional Ideas to Keep New York the Capital of the Middle Class, would reduce the stigma of free meals and ease access to school breakfast, ensuring that all New York City public school students have access to the crucial nutrition they need for higher achievement and better health outcomes.
Weiner Would Restore the Role of Principals as Instructional Leaders
New York City – Continuing his constant focus on the issues that matter the most to the middle class and those struggling to make it there, Democratic candidate for mayor Anthony Weiner today stood outside Tweed Courthouse, the Department of Education’s central office, where he announced his proposal to create a school business manager corps. The proposal, which is from his second book of ideas, Even More Keys to the City – 61 Additional Ideas to Keep New York the Capital of the Middle Class, would provide funding to schools for operations managers so that principals can focus their attention on the academic instruction and professional development needs of their staff.