Events for September 20, 2006

The Council on Foreign Relations hosts a discussion with Italian Prime Minister Romano Prodi at their headquarters.

Former Senator John Danforth discusses his book, Faith and Politics: How the ‘Moral Values’ Debate Divides America and How to Move Forward Together at the Carnegie Council.

The directors of the New York State Urban Development Corporation meet at 633 Third Avenue.

Laura Bush and Bill Clinton participate in the opening session of the Clinton Global Initiative at the Sheraton New York Hotel.

The City Council Oversight and Investigations Committee releases a report outlining the problems in the City’s outreach to disabled voters on the steps of City Hall.

A rally will be held in support of Israel at Dag Hammarskjold Plaza.

Sequoia Voting Systems demonstrations their new Direct Record Electronic voting system at the Queens Independent Living Center.

Charles Barron announces a decision regarding his congressional campaign on the steps of City Hall.

Croatian Prime Minister Dr. Ivo Sanader speaks at the Columbia University World Leaders Forum at the Low Memorial Library.

Cuban Vice President Esteban Lazo Hernandez addresses a rally at the Church of the Intercession on West 155th Street.

Yonkers law enforcement groups endorse State Senator Nick Spano at the Yonkers Police Headquarters, 104 South Broadway, Yonkers.

State Senate candidate Dan Russo, challenging incumbent Tom Duane, will be celebrating his 43rd Birthday with friends and supporters at the Metropolitan Republican Club.

—Nicole Brydson Events for September 20, 2006