Two Way Traffic Ahead

Two Way Traffic Ahead

I am very excited to be the Legislator-elect, soon to represent Westchester County’s 10th District, covering Eastchester, Tuckahoe, and a large portion of New Rochelle. Although I can’t vote on the 2018 County budget proposed by outgoing County Executive Rob Astorino,...
My Closing Argument

My Closing Argument

  Last weekend, my opponent sent out the above mailer to my home. While I’m sure she intended for the mailer to make me look bad, I’m actually happy that she took the opportunity put together a concise summary of some of our biggest philosophical differences. So in...
Women’s Choice

Women’s Choice

What the story of my birth taught me about women’s health   Every year on birthday my father would tell me the story of my birth in 1956. He told me of rushing my mother to St. Joseph’s in Yonkers in the middle of a January snowstorm, and then being told to go outside...
A Working Class Hero

A Working Class Hero

Back in the late 1930s, my Great Aunt Beatrice DelGiudice Queally experienced great personal tragedy in the midst of national economic malaise—Aunt Bea’s husband died while she was pregnant with her first child, less than a year after their wedding day. With a child...

Westchester Values Immigrants

As you may have heard, the Westchester County Board of Legislators passed the Immigrant Protection Act (IPA) this Monday. Over the past few months our county legislators have worked to create an act in accordance with current federal law to ensure that Westchester...
Doing the Math

Doing the Math

Ever since I first started practicing law in New York 37 years ago, I’ve read lots of legal and financial documents. In fact, I’ve enjoyed the process of discovery and building a case as much as working with and representing my clients. Discovery takes time, patience,...