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By Isaac Orr
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Topic - david a. paterson
A powerful state politician joined with New York Gov. David A. Paterson on Tuesday in suggesting that Muslim leaders should move a proposed mosque farther from ground zero, saying the organizers should be more sensitive.
Former Mayor Rudolph Giuliani joined a growing number of politicians supporting a move of a proposed mosque near ground zero to state-owned land farther from the Sept. 11 attack site.
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"This law does not in any way tamper with our stop-and-frisk policies," Mr. Paterson said. "What it does is, it disallows the use of personal data of innocent people who have not done anything wrong. ... That is not a policy for a democracy."
Gov. David A. Paterson told reporters Monday that he backs Mr. Rangel "100 percent."