Since January, state law has required the city to detail public housing problems in its online portal. That’s not happening.
Advocates credit reporting from THE CITY’s MISSING THEM project and its partners for laying the groundwork for the legislation.
While pre-election polls showed a close race, Democrats’ overwhelming registration advantage and late get-out-the-vote effort were enough for the incumbent to prevail.
Bushwick’s Erik Dilan is benefiting from a blitz of literature trashing progressive Samir Nemir Olivares, who champions an anti-eviction bill and could become New York’s first genderqueer state lawmaker.
They all say that state lawmakers need to take more aggressive action to green the electric grid and protect communities — and contend it is the Assembly that has failed in recent legislative sessions.
The State Senate and Assembly were able to combine for action on cryptocurrency, thermal energy and electronics repair.
When Francesca Khalifa picked up her beloved cat from a Brooklyn veterinary clinic after an emergency visit for stomach issues last fall, she couldn’t understand why he was suddenly limping and a nail on his back paw was ripped apart. A staffer at VERG, the Park Slope clinic on 4th Avenue, assured her that it […]
When Albany’s “independent” commission failed to come up with legislative maps everyone could agree on earlier this year, Democrats controlling the Capitol took matters into their own hands. Republicans cried foul and two courts have partially agreed with them.
From transit linking Brooklyn and Queens to incentives to keep health care workers on the job to green-building overhauls, speech highlights roads to recovery.
New York’s crucial once-in-a-decade redrawing of congressional and state legislative boundaries broke down along party lines as an “independent” redistricting commission for the second time proposed two competing sets of maps. The impasse paves the way for lawmakers in Albany to take over the process, with no pretense of bipartisanship. The 10-member commission –– created […]