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Capano on radio blasts NYC Heroin Centers and explains his agenda

Bob Capano, the newly elected Reform Party Chairman of Kings County, appeared on the latest edition of The Vito and Vito Show this week to discuss his intentions as Chairman and the issues he would be focusing on most. Capano, a former Republican and Reform candidate in the 2017 New York City Council ‘s 43rd District race, was unanimously elected as Chairman. The community leader mentioned how one of his first priorities was to fight back against the heroin injection facilities that Mayor de Blasio is pushing to open.

Capano said about the heroin injection facilities, “any funds spent on this issue should be used to break the cycle of the addict’s dependency on drugs, not by taking an action that condones heroin use. These sons, daughters, sisters, brothers, and friends need help, hope, and rehab. Condoning drug use as long as one shoots up at a supervised injection facility is sentencing him to a life of addiction”

Capano focused on discussing issues from his 2017 Council race, as well as his intent on fielding good candidates committed to reforming New York government and ending corruption.

“It’s time we end the status quo of the two party system and include more choices for voters in elections. This will hold our leaders accountable!”

Capano, a former adjunct professor at CUNY John Jay and Gristedes supermarket manager, mentioned to the program that he intends to stand up to New York City corruption and field a crop of candidates committed to cleaning up the New York swamp.

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