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By Ted Cruz
Banning speech with a constitutional amendment is playing with fire
Topic - Chirlane Mccray
Mayor Bill de Blasio has demanded two newspapers apologize for their characterizations of his wife's comments on motherhood.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio has proclaimed May 16 as "Barbara Walters Day," in honor of the TV host's last appearance on ABC's "The View."
New York City first lady Chirlane McCray is postponing her lobbying trip to Albany.
Chirlane McCray, who already wields more influence than any New York City first lady in recent memory, will further expand her role when she travels to Albany next week for some high-profile lobbying for her husband's signature pre-kindergarten plan.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio appointed his wife, Chirlane McCray, to lead an organization that promotes partnerships between the city and the private sector, a decision that further cements the first lady's outsized influence at City Hall.
Mayor Bill de Blasio embraced one of Martin Luther King's most impassioned causes - economic justice - to celebrate the holiday named for the late civil rights leader.
"I was 40 years old. I had a life," McCray told the magazine as part of a cover story profile about her outsized role in her husband's administration. "Especially with Chiara - will we feel guilt forever more? Of course, yes. But the truth is, I could not spend every day with her. I didn't want to do that. I looked for all kinds of reason not to do it."
McCray said she loves her daughter but had been working since she was 14.