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A natural gas pipeline.
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Making heat from dirty electricity instead of gas benefits no one.
Hands rolling a joint
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What we know – and what we don’t – about legalizing pot in New York.
John Katko (speaking) and Anthony Brindisi (far right).
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New York’s potentially vulnerable centrists avoid the special counsel’s long-awaited report.
Bartenders are among the many different workers not eligible for the $15 minimum wage in New York.
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Cuomo touts the state’s $15 wage, but many workers are still waiting. And some may not benefit.
One World Trade Center.
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Many members of Congress continue to act as if the death toll from 9/11 is not rising

OPINION

The outside of a prison.
State law allows for up to 19 commissioners but there are currently only 12.
Making heat from dirty electricity instead of gas benefits no one.
Many members of Congress continue to act as if the death toll from 9/11 is not rising
New Yorkers currently have no effective control over their personal information after it is shared online

POLITICS

John Katko (speaking) and Anthony Brindisi (far right).
New York’s potentially vulnerable centrists avoid the special counsel’s long-awaited report.

Policy

Battery Park City.
Along New York City’s coastlines, and further inland, fortifications are being built to prevent damage from rising sea levels.
Charter will pay an additional $12 million to expand broadband in underserved areas
The city and state are planning for sea level rise, but it may be even worse than they’ve anticipated.
Although the resolution’s sponsor represents New York City, it doesn’t emphasize urbanism – yet.

PERSONALITY

Ken Pokalsky, Business Council Vice President.
The Business Council’s Ken Pokalsky on prevailing wages, climate legislation and MWBE reforms.
The Queens lawmaker also weighs in on the SHSAT, student suspensions and school safety.
The City Council passing legislation to cut greenhouse gas emissions, more, on Thursday
A Q&A with Mark Chambers on congestion pricing, plastic bags and power generation

POWER LIST

MAGAZINE

Former Governor of New York Eliot Spitzer and Andrew Cuomo.
With Democratic friends like these, who needs enemies?
The city and state are planning for sea level rise, but it may be even worse than they’ve anticipated.
Some of NYC’s biggest new developments are on the water. With flood risks rising, they could end up in the water.
What we know – and what we don’t – about legalizing pot in New York.

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