21,000 NY customers did not get broadband on schedule, despite merger promise.
NYS Entity Status
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JULY 23, 2014
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NYS Entity Type
DOMESTIC PROFESSIONAL SERVICE LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY
2014 - MARTIN & MOODIE LAW GROUP, PLLC
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- Pelosi asks if White House had hand in approving SF right-wing rally
By Matier & Ross - Tuesday Aug 15, 2017
House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi called Tuesday for the National Park Service to reconsider its decision to grant a permit to a right-wing group planning a rally at San Francisco’s Crissy Field, and asked whether the gathering had been approved “under guidance from the White House.”The group’s permit was tentatively approved before violence broke out Saturday at a rally of white supremacists in Charlottesville, Va., in which a woman was killed and 19 were hurt when a man who has espoused neo-Nazi views allegedly drove his car into a crowd of counterprotesters.Patriot Prayer says on its website that it is “about fighting corruption and big government with the strength and power of love ... and extending free speech for all.”[...] its recent rallies in Seattle and Portland have served as magnets for right-wing extremists, who in turn have drawn left-wing counterprotesters.The group is ostensibly religious, but its purpose is really “an attempt to provoke black-clad ideologues on the left into acts of violence,” according to the Southern Poverty Law Center, which tracks alleged hate groups.[...] the National Park Service’s decision to permit a white supremacist rally at Crissy Field raises grave and ongoing concerns about public safety.A posting on the Patriot Prayer Facebook page describes what it calls “Liberty Weekend in the Bay Area” — kicking off with the Aug. 26 gathering hosted by group organizer Joey Gibson, followed by a rally the next day at Martin Luther King Jr.“San Francisco has long been a city that prides itself in acceptance of all, so together, let’s unite in this beautiful city to listen to some great speakers & live music!,” the posting says.“Perhaps those making the decision did not know that Crissy field is a place where families gather, where tourists visit, and the community comes together,” she said.
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- As far right rises, LGBTQ gun group hits firing line in NY
By MICHAEL HILL, Associated Press - Monday Oct 23, 2017
ROCHESTER, N.Y. (AP) — The former pacifist pumped a shotgun at the firing line.Lore McSpadden never touched a gun before the Trigger Warning Queer & Trans Gun Club started this past year. Now McSpadden is among the shooters routinely yelling, "Pull!" and blasting at clay pigeons angling over a mowed field near Rochester.Trigger Warning members are anxious about armed and organized extremists who seem increasingly emboldened. Their response has a touch of symmetry to it: They started a club to teach members how to take up arms."It's a way to assert our strength," said Jake Allen, 27, who helped form the group.
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