List: Thirty Two Bloomberg Bans as Mayor of NYC

Michael Bloomberg (Getty Images/Mandel Ngan/AFP)

by Craig Bannister

Democrat presidential hopeful Michael Bloomberg banned, or attempted to ban, far more than just large sodas during his dozen years as mayor of New York City, according to a list published on the eve of his departure from office.

On New Year’s Eve 2013, Gizmodo published a list if compiled of 32 Bloomberg bans, some of which were overturned or merely promoted by Mayor Bloomberg.

The majority of bans fell into one of three categories: smoking, transportation and food/beverage – but, music, grass clippings and heating oils were also targeted, the list reveals. By general category, the bans addressed the following areas of New Yorkers’ lives: Read the entire list with links HERE.

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1 Response to List: Thirty Two Bloomberg Bans as Mayor of NYC

  1. Joe Z says:

    Looks like it’s time to ban Mini-Mike.

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