Westchester On The Level Radio Broadcast – Monday, January 30, 2023 with White Plains CitizeNetReporter Publisher John Bailey, National/International Political Analyst/Pundit Michael Edelman, Esq., and Yonkers Tribune Publisher/Editor Hezi Aris on Westchester On the Level – From 10am-12Noon ET

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PALM BEACH GARDENS, FL, WHITE PLAINS, NY, and YONKERS, NY — January 30, 2023 — Monday’s Westchester On the Level radio broadcast opens with White Plains CitizeNetReporter Publisher / Editor John Bailey attending from 10-10:30am ET.

  1. The national opioid epidemic has infiltrated many communities in Westchester County. Administering a Narcan nasal spray is the most effective and expeditious procedure in resuscitating a person who has stopped breathing. 
  2. The Westchester County District Attorney’s Office is joining My Sisters’ Place and the U.S. Attorney’s Office (Southern District of New York) to host a virtual panel Tuesday, January 31 at 6 p.m. on the dangers of online predators and sex traffickers who target and groom minors. The webinar will be open to the public, and feature state and federal prosecutors, human trafficking victim advocates and law enforcement speaking on common warning signs, intervention as well as safety and prevention strategies for parents.
  3. PepsiCo Inc. has recently replaced union security contractor Securitas with new contractor AGB Investigative Services, Inc. at its New York headquarters in Purchase, and a location in Valhalla. AGB has withdrawn its recognition of workers’ union 32BJ SEIU, in violation of the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA), the union has alleged. As a result, some 50 full time security officers (and their families) could lose their high quality healthcare benefits on January 31. (These have been good union jobs since July 2019 and represent roughly 20% of the unionized security officer workforce in the Hudson Valley.)
  4. Greenburgh, NY Supervisor Paul Feiner advised in an editorial piece he wrote that the Westchester County Board of Legislators is considering passing a law to prevent, or make it more difficult, for a candidate like Congressman George Santos, who lied about almost every aspect of his life during his election campaign, from holding elective office in this county.  Supervisor Feiner advises that candidates for every office (local, county, state and federal, should be required to provide biographical information including the candidates educational, military and employment histories to the  New York State Board of Elections when they file nominating petitions. If the candidate is elected and is found to have lied about his/her educational, military and employment backgrounds a recall election should be held if 5% of the voters who live within the boundaries of the district sign a petition calling  for a recall election. It’s outrageous that the Congress won’t remove George Santos from office even though he misrepresented his life to voters who live in his congressional district prior to the election. There needs to be a mechanism in place that would enable the voters to remove officials from local, county, state and federal offices,  if a similar situation would arise in the future. 19 states authorize recall elections. Supervisor Paul Feiner proposes that the New York State Legislature approve a limited recall law that would only authorize recall elections when office holders are found to have lied about their educational, military and employment backgrounds. Listen from 10-10:30am.

Michael Edelman, Esq., National / International Political Analyst / Pundit shares his thoughts on the latest news that impact the national and international stage. From 10:30-11am ET

Hezi Aris, Yonkers Tribune Publisher/Editor will thereafter engage in hyperlocal and international news with commensurate analysis. From 11am-12Noon ET.

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