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The 2018 Albany 40 Under 40
Honoring the Capital's rising stars.
By CITY & STATE | August 12, 2018
 
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Then state Sen. Hiram Monserrate leaving Manhattan Federal Court in February of 2010.
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The twice-disgraced former lawmaker has failed in his last two bids.
New York City Councilman Donovan Richards announces over 200 units of affordable housing - along with new retail and community space in Far Rockaway.
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An explainer on area median income, and what it means for affordable housing.
The Spuyten Duyvil Creek separates Inwood from Marble Hill.
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Why are residents up in arms – and should they be worried?
Rep. Chris Collins leaving federal court in Manhattan after his arraignment on insider trading charges.
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Western New York party leaders will meet Tuesday to decide on their options.
The 2008 Albany 40 Under 40 reunion
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After 10 years, we look back at some standouts from our earliest classes.
Leecia Eve
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The daughter of longtime Assemblyman Arthur Eve considers herself the most independent candidate.
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Vote for this week's biggest Winners & Losers!

OPINION

Homeless person pushing a shopping cart in New York City
Rising rents are driving New York City’s latest homelessness crisis. Here’s how to fix it.
The former mayor’s recent foot-in-mouth moments make one wonder how he became a renowned prosecutor.
Better road management and transit service are more efficient answers.
Exempting yeshivas from educational requirements violates the First Amendment.

POLITICS

The twice-disgraced former lawmaker has failed in his last two bids.
Western New York party leaders will meet Tuesday to decide on their options.
The daughter of longtime Assemblyman Arthur Eve considers herself the most independent candidate.

Policy

The 30th Street Men's Shelter in the former Bellevue Hospital building
"Thats crazy," Speaker Johnson says after introducing new water tank laws.
An explainer on area median income, and what it means for affordable housing.
Why are residents up in arms – and should they be worried?
A federal indictment alleges Collins leaked details to his son about a company he was invested in.

PERSONALITY

Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams
After rehabbing his block and his body, is the borough president fit to be NYC mayor?
The AG candidate says a bell rings every time Tish James gets an endorsement.
The candidate is taking on state Sen. Jose Peralta, former member of the IDC.
The state senator is leaving Albany after seven decades in public service – and confident his seat will stay red.

POWER LIST

MAGAZINE

With record-high employment numbers, the borough has become a tech haven.
Less than a year away, questions remain.

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