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Alyssa is a deputy editor with THE CITY and a former member of the NY Daily News editorial board. Previously, Katz was editor of The New York World and City Limits. She is the author of "The Influence Machine: The U.S. Chamber of Commerce and the Corporate Capture of American Life" and "Our Lot: How Real Estate Came to Own Us."

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Meet Your Mayor: Our Quiz Tells You Which Candidates Best Match Your Positions on the Issues 

THE CITY asked City Hall contenders where they stand on tough decisions affecting the future of New York City — and invites you to see which candidates align with your own responses to the same questions

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Bronx City Council Special Election Races Draw Big Money

See THE CITY’s coverage of contests in District 11 (Riverdale, Kingsbridge, Wakefield, Bedford Park) and District 15 (Fordham, Belmont, Norwood, Tremont, Parkchester, West Farms and Williamsbridge).

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State Lawmakers Slam Trump Plan to Zap Interest Cap on Loans

The proposal would let lenders skirt New York’s 25% rate limit as the pandemic-driven economic crisis leaves many desperate for cash — and susceptible to "deceptively marketed loans," critics say.

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Solitary Confinement Could End in NYC

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Primary Election 2020 — What You Need to Know

Primary voting ends June 23. Here’s how to cast a ballot, who’s running and how key races are shaping up in our first pandemic primary.

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Troubled Nonprofit Gets Payout in Flip of Bed-Stuy Landmark to Upscale Developer

City deed restriction removal paved the way for a court-ordered $12 million sale of a historic building supposed to be used for "youth development."