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Protesters Arrested at County Legislature

BINGHAMTON—This past Thursday, 11/21, community members participated in a direct action to draw attention to recurring deaths and systemic abuse at the Broome County Jail, as well as speak out against a proposed “harassment” bill designed to further criminalize Broome County residents. Demonstrators from various local organizations and community spaces converged on the Broome County

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Critical Pretrial Justice Reforms Will Not Be Delayed

Statement from Citizen Action of New York: Critical Pretrial Justice Reforms Will Not Be Delayed Albany, NY – Rosemary Rivera, Co-Executive Director of Citizen Action of New York, released the following statement in response to calls by prosecutors and sheriffs and to delay justice for New Yorkers by placing a moratorium on new bail, discovery,

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LGB Couples Health Study

Our research team at Binghamton University is seeking LGB Couples who have been in a committed relationship for 6 months or longer for a research study on how stress affects our intimate relationships. The study will be at Binghamton University. The study takes approximately 1 ½ hours and participants will be PAID! If interested, please

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Searching For New Artists

The Cooperative Gallery 213 is seeking a new artist member. Founded in 2000 to provide accessible exhibition space for member artists, the gallery has created a community of artists and increased an appreciation for art in the larger community. Because of the quality and diversity of its exhibits, the Cooperative Gallery is a popular stop

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11th Inmate Found Dead at Broome County Jail

BINGHAMTON—Another man being held in the Broome County Jail was pronounced dead Wednesday morning, after reportedly being denied life-saving medical treatment by jail staff. The deceased — a 40-year-old Binghamton resident — was arrested for a probation violation on October 16th, when a medical emergency caused him to miss a scheduled appointment with his probation officer.

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Dan Livingston Statement

Over the last ten months, I have been regularly reminded of just how terrible some people will behave when they are entrusted with the power and authority of public offices, and at the same time, repeatedly reminded of just how much one person can accomplish for the benefit of their community using the power and

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Early Voting Has Arrived!

The Democratic majority in Albany finally passed Early Voting for New York. The first phase is all county voting, so you can vote at any polling place in early voting no matter in what district you live. Early voting happens at 3 locations: The Broome Co. Library, The Oakdale Mall (near former Sears store) and

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