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Family members and friends gathered around a makeshift memorial dedicated to Brooklyn resident, Gregory “Mo” Echevarria, 34, the latest victim in a string of construction-related fatalities in New York City this month. (Photo by Liz Donovan)

In The City’s Deadliest Industry, Oversight Falls Short

Three construction workers died in April alone, while contractors with a history of worksite deaths continue to get new permits.

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Early Arrival: Bill Calls for Legal Representation for Immigrant New Yorkers Facing Deportation

Friday's Edition of Early Arrival: Deported Immigration Advocate Files First Amendment Lawsuit — Airline Forces U.S.-Bound Passenger to Take Pregnancy Test — House Committee Calls for MPP Investigation

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Early Arrival: New York Court Rejects Trump’s Public Charge Appeal

Friday's Edition of Early Arrival: Cuomo Wants to Open Jobs to Immigrants Without Green Cards — DHS Ordered to Return Deported Asylum Seeker — Sanders Hires Biden Heckler