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The 2018 Albany Power 100
The most powerful people in the state.
By CITY & STATE | May 20, 2018
 
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Secretary to the Governor Melissa DeRosa discussing the highlights of the fiscal year 2019 budget, alongside Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
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Blame society, not the journalists who report on it, for the unequal distribution of power.
Zephyr Teachout at the WFP convention
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The Working Families Party named a placeholder for its attorney general candidate.
Fordham University law professor Zephyr Teachout attends a Labor Day parade in 2014.
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The embattled progressive party has some challenges this year.
Amazon world headquarters in Seattle.
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What New York should do with Amazon, blockchain and car-sharing.
Fiber optic network cables on rails.
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State Sen. Joseph Griffo on what the state needs to do to be more competitive.
State Sen. Todd Kaminsky
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Kaminsky: Critical infrastructure projects need a creative solution.

OPINION

Cars parked along both sides of a Manhattan street.
Stopping suburbanites from parking in Upper Manhattan should only be the beginning of parking reform.
Blame society, not the journalists who report on it, for the unequal distribution of power.
Minor crimes get immigrant New Yorkers in trouble with the Trump administration.
Even before offshore oil and gas drilling occurs, the damage begins.

POLITICS

Zephyr Teachout
The law professor isn’t admitted to the New York state bar, but that may be easily fixed.

Policy

A marijuana advocate puffs on a fake joint during the New York City Pride Parade in 2016.
5 things to know about New York City’s steps toward marijuana decriminalization
What New York should do with Amazon, blockchain and car-sharing.
State Sen. Joseph Griffo on what the state needs to do to be more competitive.
Kaminsky: Critical infrastructure projects need a creative solution.

PERSONALITY

Marcus Molinaro in Rockefeller Center
GOP gubernatorial candidate on how to beat Cuomo, and which "Star Wars" character he'd be.
Many groundbreaking women in politics were from the Empire State.
For Mother’s Day, we recognize the challenge of parenting while campaigning.

POWER LIST

MAGAZINE

Eric Schneiderman with fingers pointing at him
Why Democrats shouldn’t worry about the New York attorney general's unceremonious exit.
As ride-hail service rises, yellow and green taxis are hitting the brakes.
A Q&A with Samir Saini, commissioner of the New York City Department of Information Technology and Telecommunications.
More and more campaigns are using social media to hypertarget potential voters.

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