Morning Read: Changing the BOE; Obama on Hathaway; Romney-Hood

NY1 launched the start of its multi-part series on observant Jews struggling with the challenges of the internet, which some

NY1 launched the start of its multi-part series on observant Jews struggling with the challenges of the internet, which some reportedly described as “worse than the Holocaust.”

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Nan Hayworth’s new campaign manager is facing various points of criticism, including attempting to hold a birthday party promising “liquor and sex to go around all evening.”

On its front page, The New York Times said the NYPD’s stop-and-frisks can affect women even more.

The City Council is looking at changing the Board of Elections’ structure, prompting Steve Richman, the board’s general counsel, to declare, “None of these people have ever relied on facts.”

Roy McDonald went on Capital Tonight to kvetch about misleading, anonymous mailers from his GOP primary opponent that attacked him for supporting gay marriage.

Rupert Murdoch weighed in against paid sick days legislation over Twitter.

The Daily News urged Christine Quinn to block the bill.

While the New York Post castigated Governor Cuomo for allowing pork member items.

Al Sharpton called for a meeting with Mayor Bloomberg on gun violence.

There’s a renewed push in the State Legislature for gun control.

Mayor Bloomberg thanked the Sikh community for their contributions to the city, and pushed for policy changes of his own.

The NYPD will subpoena Twitter for information about a user threatening a Colorado-type shooting on Broadway.

Fake pot will now be illegal in New York State.

The Upper East Side is mostly white.

“She’s spectacular,” President Obama said about Anne Hathaway. “I got a chance to see Batman, and she was the best thing in it. That’s just my personal opinion.”

Obama declared Mitt Romney’s policies to be an inverse of Robin Hood, or, in his words, “Romney-hood.”

The Daily News visualized what Romney-hood might look like.

Both Obama and Romney are looking to court single women.

Pollsters are struggling to lock down cell phone numbers.

Morning Read: Changing the BOE; Obama on Hathaway; Romney-Hood