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February 3, 2013 A Super Bowl ad produced by a group backed by New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg uses old video of the NRA chief calling for limited background checks. The ad, which will air in some markets during the third quarter of the Super Bowl, comes amid a heated debate over guns.
Fans like her style: Mayor Michael Bloomberg (at right) briefing New Yorkers about Hurricane Sandy on Monday. At left is his sign language interpreter, who the mayor identified as Lydia Callis.
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October 30, 2012 As New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg has briefed his city in recent days about Superstorm Sandy, many have become big fans of the sign language interpreter by his side. Her expressions and style are crowd-pleasers.
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