N.Y.C. Mayor Michael Bloomberg Plays Not My Job
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Michael Bloomberg loves New York City so much .... That he won't give it back. He's in his third term as mayor now -- a job he's held since 2002. We've invited him to play a called "I'm Your King, and I quit." Three questions about the Duke of Windsor.
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Bloomberg bans sugary drinks
What is it New Yorkers love about Mayor Bloomberg? He tells them where they can and cannot smoke, what they can and cannot eat, and now how much soda they"re allowed to drink. They"re totally fine with all that -- but if someone tells them they can't kill a baby inside the womb, well then, it's a woman's body & her choice! Ref. Source 3
A state judge has rejected New York City's ban on 20-ounce sodas. Ref. USAToday
New York City police say two anonymous letters sent to Mayor Michael Bloomberg contained traces of the deadly poison ricin. Police said Wednesday that the threatening letters were opened Friday in New York at the city's mail facility and Sunday in Washington at the headquarters of the nonprofit started by Bloomberg, Mayors Against Illegal Guns. Both were addressed to Bloomberg and contained threats referencing the debate on gun laws. Ref. USAToday
Former NYC Mayor Bloomberg returns to his media company as CEO leaves
CEO Daniel Doctoroff will leave his post at Bloomberg, allowing founder Michael Bloomberg to again take the post. Ref. USAToday
Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg is seriously considering an independent presidential run and may make a decision in March, a source familiar with Bloomberg's thinking told CNN on Saturday.
The source said Bloomberg, 73, sees the Republican and Democratic presidential races as becoming increasingly polarized, and said that neither fits Bloomberg's views.
A spokesman for the former mayor declined to comment.
News of Bloomberg's consideration was first reported Saturday morning by The New York Times. Ref. CNN.