I get “broad,” but by “progressive,” they mean . . . whatever they say it means, because clearly it doesn’t mean very much:
Posted: July 22nd, 2014 | Filed under: Things That Make You Go "Oy"
School bus operators who need Mayor Bill de Blasio’s help to retain lucrative city contracts contributed nearly $40,000 to a mayoral nonprofit — but took steps to hide the donations from public view, a Post review found.
The school bus owners were among a number of special-interest groups that helped de Blasio’s Campaign for One New York raise $1.7 million in the first six months of 2014. But, unlike the yellow-cab firms and the teachers union, the bus owners tried to mask their involvement.
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“The Campaign for One New York is supported by individuals, foundations and organizations committed to expanding early education and to the mayor’s broad progressive agenda,’ said co-founder Jonathan Rosen.