NEW YORK CITY — Here’s a roundup of the top headlines from Patch from around New York City this week.

NY Could Become Safe Harbor For Abortion, Attorney General Says

A new bill will protect abortion access in the state for New Yorkers women traveling from states with post-Roe bans, lawmakers said.

NY Pledges $35M For Abortion Clinic Security, Services

“We are laying down the marker today, we’re saying that we refuse to go backwards, ” Gov. Kathy Hochul said Tuesday.

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NYPD Officer Wounded In Bronx Gunfight, Suspect Dies: Cops

A wounded NYPD cop walked away from a hospital while suspected shooter Rameek Smith, 25, died after being shot in the head Tuesday.

Arrest Of Longtime Brooklyn Fruit Vendor Renews Advocate Outrage

Maria Falcon being led away in cuffs and strip-searched at Broadway Junction has renewed rallying cries to change the vendor permit system.

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145 NYPD Cops Committed Misconduct In George Floyd Protests: Watchdog

A probe into police brutality during the 2020 protests is nearing its end — and the NYPD has only imposed discipline on 18 officers so far.

One Company Behind Flood Of ‘Ghost Guns’ Fueling NYC Violence: NYPD

Officials called on the federal government to revoke a license for the Nevada company, which they say made 90% ghost guns found in the city.

Brooklyn Subway Shooting Suspect Pleads Not Guilty To Terrorism Charge

Frank James, 62, is due back in court July 25 as authorities marshal a terror case that could send him to prison for life.

No Bail For Event Planner In NYC Vocal Coach’s Shoving Death

A judge ordered Lauren Pazienza, 26, of Long Island, to stay behind bars during her Tuesday arraignment on a manslaughter charge.

Mayor Loses Up To $5.8K With Crypto Paychecks, Report Finds

“Do you think Eric Adams is regretting getting his paycheck in crypto, or is housing cheaper in NJ so he doesn’t care?” one person jabbed.

School Buses Caught ‘Poisoning’ Air Around Bed-Stuy School: AG Probe

Three Brooklyn companies sued by the attorney general were caught idling far longer than the law allows, polluting vulnerable neighborhoods.

Video: John Mulaney Roasts Mayor’s Subway Barbecues Fear-Mongering

“What is a subway barbecue and why do you hate them so much?” Mulaney asked of the mayor’s warning selling fruit would lead to barbecues.

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