New York City Council
Bill would make dealers responsible for recalled cars.
New York City Council members are hoping to protect buyers from purchasing defective used cars. The Committee on Consumer Affairs held a hearing Tuesday on new legislation. It would prohibit used-auto dealers from selling a recalled car without fixing it first.
Many young Central Americans sent from the border to NYC to join family
The New York City Council and two philanthropic foundations are setting aside $1.9 million to help unaccompanied immigrant children facing deportation.
The Council announced Tuesday that it is earmarking $1 million for legal representation and other services for the minors.
Honoring those who have served
Get your bugles ready! Manhattan’s 5th Avenue will be the site of the annual “America’s Parade” to honor U.S. military veterans. Veterans Day is held on November 11th each year to mark the day that combat ended in World War 1.
The New York City Council is voting Wednesday night on whether they're going to override Mayor Bloomberg's veto of the paid sick leave bill.
New Yorkers may soon have the right to five paid sick days a year. That's if the City Council votes to override Mayor Bloomberg's veto of the paid sick leave bill.