|Dinner party, anyone?|
“I do not support the bill,” Mr. Lhota said. “It severely hurts and impacts minority communities. I don’t want to deny the kid the only time that day he’s going to get food.”
If there is anyone that's anti-rat in this town, it's Lhota, who used to be known as the "Rat Czar" during his tenure as deputy mayor in the Guiliani administration and he has even hosted a "Rat Summit" at Columbia University to inspire new ideas of managing the vermin. So, looks like everyone will have to deal with grub on the train for the time being.
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