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Editor's Note

Editor’s Note: Marijuana sales are all over New York, why ruin a good thing?

The state Office of Cannabis Management warned 52 “ilicit retail operations” to stop the unlicensed sale of pot products, while others in government have turned a blind eye to those defying the law.

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Editor’s note: ‘Get stuff done’ delivers for Juneteenth

It looks like Mayor Eric Adams’ determination helped create a paid holiday in celebration of Juneteenth for all municipal employees for the first time in city history.

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Editor’s Note: Celebrating My Comrade magazine’s place in New York history

Drag queen Linda Simpson founded the publication in 1987, leading the charge for “Gay Lib” as the AIDS crisis was unfolding.

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Editor’s Note: A call for saving the medallions along the Avenue of the Americas

There were once 300 medallions with the national seals of countries in the Western Hemisphere, but now only a handful remain, rusted and neglected.

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Editor’s Note: City & State New York and PIX11 to co-moderate lieutenant governor Democratic primary debate

The event, presented in partnership with the Coro New York Leadership Center and hosted by the Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism at CUNY, will be livestreamed on June 1.

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Editor’s Note: ¡Ay caramba! There’s no easy way of saying ‘gerrymandering’ in Spanish

This dirty word from politics has no easy translation for Spanish-speaking voters, who along with the rest of the electorate need more education on the redistricting process.

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Editor’s Note: Leave Delgado’s ethnicity alone

Debating what a person thinks about their own ethnic background is offensive.

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Editor’s Note: Delivering on cryptocurrency’s supposed social good

Elected officials need more education about bitcoin before promoting it as a way of benefiting New Yorkers.

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Editor’s Note: NYC heroes who ended day of nightmare deserve thanks

From the straphangers that helped one another to the security camera technician who said he identified the gunman, New Yorkers came together to protect their own.

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Editor’s Note: Vacant NYC stores need tenants who want to be there

The expectation that some businesses will return to the brick-and-mortar locations they vacated during the pandemic is not realistic.

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Editor’s Note: New York Nonprofit Media returns with in-person events

BoardCon attendees were excited to collaborate again after two years away due to the pandemic.

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Editor’s Note: Eric Adams needs his own ad targeting New Yorkers who’ve fled to Florida

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis is campaigning on disgruntled New Yorkers. Adams should remind them of what the best city in the world has to offer.

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Kathy Hochul handled downstate hecklers with aplomb

The governor didn’t flinch after getting an earful of boos during last week’s Rangers game.

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Editor’s Note: VA hospitals are not so easily replaced

A Biden administration plan would shut down the VA hospitals in Manhattan and Brooklyn in favor of using other health care providers.

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Editor’s Note: Riders jumping onto the tracks are part of the safety problem in New York’s subways

Last month, the majority of people who entered subway tracks did so voluntarily, according to the Metropolitan Transportation Authority.

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Editor’s note: Could the Automat be a model eatery for the pandemic?

With COVID-19 here to stay, there’s no better reason to bring back automated restaurants.