A Council Candidate’s Resolution to ‘Ban Resolutions’

Former Stonewall Democratic Club President and City Council candidate Bob Zuckerman thinks the current City Council has spent a little

Former Stonewall Democratic Club President and City Council candidate Bob Zuckerman thinks the current City Council has spent a little too much time passing unneeded legislation.

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“I may introduce one resolution if I’m in the City Council, and that is to ban resolutions,” Zuckerman says in this clip, taken outside a holiday party last week. The Council, Zuckerman says, “really needs to focus on important issues that affect people’s lives, not things like street renaming, and banning words, which is impossible to do, and banning aluminum bats, and controlling how much work kids do.”

(Also, a warning: This video is a graphic illustration of the perils of shooting with a semi-functional viewfinder.)

A Council Candidate’s Resolution to ‘Ban Resolutions’