Every year as Easter approaches, I know it means politics. The non-Jewish side of my family consists of staunch, moral conservatives and we always seem to have at least one heated debate. Whether the arguments are about sweeping issues like health care or sticky topics such as underage drinking, it always ends with a […]

There are so many other things going on in life, like school, work or what’s going to happen next on “Lost.” Who has time to listen to a bunch of bloated politicians when you’ve got papers due and bills to pay? Who needs to pay attention to state government? We […]

The New York Times wrote a telling article last week, commenting on and analyzing the status of our state’s government. Liz Krueger, vice chair of the Senate Finance Committee and a well-respected voice in the state Senate, was quoted in the article. “Welcome to the Senate,” she said. “Or should I […]

While I’ve always been a supporter of marriage equality, I’ve never paid much regard to the issue until recently. I hold the belief that marriage in its essence is a peculiar institution and wondered why a simple state-issued certificate could have such profound effects on people. What if someone simply […]

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There are five statewide proposals on the ballot for this year’s General Election. Here’s what upcoming voters need to know about each measure.

The LGBTQ community was already marginalized and in greater need of mental health services. In the eyes of many health professionals, the coronavirus pandemic only made that need more apparent. #LGBTQ #MentalHealthAwareness

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