#AskTheMayor: Tough Conversations on ACS Failure, Inquiries Into Fund-Raising and Hate Crimes

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Gladys Carrión promises to focus on preventative services at the Administration for Children's Services.

Bill de Blasio, mayor of New York City, takes calls from listeners and discusses this week in New York City, including the Administration for Children's Services failure in the Zymere Perkins case.

The mayor also answers questions regarding the state's investigation into whether he violated state election law by raising hundreds of thousands of dollars through three upstate county committees and handing it to Democratic candidates during the party’s unsuccessful bid to gain control of the State Senate in 2014.