New Yorker’s Family Research Foundation (NYFRF), New Yorkers for Constitutional Freedoms’ educational arm, has released its 2020 Primary Voter Guide, available here. Jason J. McGuire, President of NYFRF, made the following remarks: “Coinciding with the start of early voting in this year’s primary elections on Saturday, June 13, NYFRF is pleased to announce the release of its…

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On June 23, 2020, some voters in New York’s 27th congressional district will vote in two congressional elections in one day. One of those two elections is a special election to fill a vacancy. At present, the House seat in the 27th congressional district is vacant following the September 30, 2019 resignation of Rep. Chris…

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On June 23, 2020, primary elections for President of the United States, the U.S. House of Representatives, the New York State Senate, and the New York State Assembly will be held across the State of New York. Because former Vice President Joe Biden is the only Democratic presidential candidate left in the race, the result…

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On June 15, 2020, the Supreme Court of the United States handed down its decision in Bostock v. Clayton County, Georgia. In that decision, the Court held that the ban on sex discrimination in employment contained in Title VII of the Civil Rights Act also banned employment discrimination based upon sexual orientation and gender identity.…

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At a June 6, 2020 news briefing, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced that public health restrictions on worship services would be relaxed due to progress made in combatting the COVID-19 pandemic. The Governor stated that in regions that have reached Phase Two of the New York Forward re-opening plan, worship services may re-open immediately at 25% capacity so…

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Rochester, NY—At today’s daily news briefing, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced that public health restrictions on worship services will be relaxed due to the progress that New York has made in combatting the COVID-19 pandemic. In regions that are in Phase Two of New York Forward, worship services will be allowed to re-open at 25% capacity.…

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In recent days, the Bible has suddenly become a topic of conversation in American politics. On June 1, 2020, following a Rose Garden press conference in which he called for the U.S. Armed Forces to help to quell civil unrest in the United States, President Donald Trump walked to nearby St. John’s Church; sadly, the…

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In the wake of the tragic death of George Floyd on May 25, 2020 in Minneapolis, Minnesota, a vast wave of protest against police abuse has swept across America. While many recent protests have been peaceful events that affirm the civil rights of African-Americans, there has also been a great deal of violence, theft and…

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On Friday, May 29, the Supreme Court of the United States ruled in an important case involving church re-opening. In South Bay United Pentecostal Church v. Newsom, a California church sued to challenge Gov. Gavin Newsom’s attendance limits on church gatherings. Gov. Newsom has directed churches and other religious groups to limit gatherings to 100…

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