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ISRAEL’S PRIME MINISTER SHOULD POSTPONE ANY OFFICIAL GOVERNMENT VISIT TO THE U.S. UNTIL AFTER ISRAELI ELECTIONS ON MARCH 17

I have been upset this week by what Speaker of the House John Boehner and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu have concocted. I was moved to write to Boehner, and also to make sure our

PETITION TO CHANGE PEW GUN QUESTION

The way questions are worded has an impact on polling results. A recent Pew Research poll, for instance, contained a question based on the false premise that reducing gun violence and protecting the

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT PARTNERSHIP PLANNING COMMITTEE SUBMITS ZONING REGULATION THAT ADDRESSES GREENWICH HOUSING NEEDS

On December 23, the Community Development Partnership Planning Committee (CDP-PC) submitted to the Planning and Zoning Commission a proposed replacement of Sec. 6-110 of the Building Zone Regulations.

TELL CONGRESS NOT ONE MORE

The 114th Congress convenes Tuesday. Those of us who care deeply about gun violence prevention need to make our voices heard in this new Congress. While 2013 and 2014 were not bad years for gun

PUBLIC FORUM ON GREENWICH PUBLIC SCHOOLS DECEMBER 2

Barbara  O’Neill, Chairman of the Board of Education is inviting members of the Greenwich community, whether or not they have or have had children in the Greenwich Public Schools, to attend a public

ELECTION EVE REFLECTIONS

Here are some of my reflections this morning, the day before the 2014 election. THE RIGHT TO VOTE The right to vote is among our most fundamental American rights. It serves as a cornerstone of

BUDGET GUIDELINES BECOMING MEANINGLESS

The BET budget committee last night split 2-2 along party lines in their vote on the 2015-16 budget guidelines. This sets the stage for a 7-6 party line split when the full BET votes on the guidelines

GREENWICH DEMOCRATS NEVER LOOKED WORSE

Sexual harassment is a very serious matter. State and Congressional Democratic leaders –  Governor Malloy, Speaker of the House Brendan Sharkey, Congressman Jim Himes – have reacted in a manner