Brooklyn —

Mayor Bill de Blasio outlined not one, but two broad policy blueprints at the State of the City address on Feb. 13 in Brooklyn.

The first is a 12-point plan to make New York “the fairest big city in the world,” which builds on the successes of his first term in office and renews his commitment to many of his signature issues. The second is a 10-point plan to fortify civic engagement in New York.

Both position the city—and the mayor—as nationally influential and both help define de Blasio’s positions on issues that are highly visible on the national stage.