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Excluded workers rally on April 4.
Republicans have wasted no time in taking political advantage of New York’s plan to provide pandemic aid to undocumented people. Here are the facts.
New York is ahead of other large states when it comes to the number of vaccinated people per 100,000 residents.
New York has used the convenient one-shot vaccine for homebound seniors and public housing residents.
View to the Grand Central Terminal and the Met Life Building from Park Avenue
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Rich New Yorkers and their employers won’t leave overnight, but future long-term growth could still suffer.
Gareth Rhodes, a longtime aide to Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
More than a half dozen aides have exited the administration amid ongoing scandals.
Busy New York City street scene of diversity of pedestrian people crossing the street in Midtown Manhattan on 34th Street Herald Square.
Documented and City & State asked Democratic mayoral candidates about their plans for the city’s immigrant residents.
State Capitol
Health care, parole reform and climate change legislation could complicate the second half of the 2021 state legislative session.

OPINION

View to the Grand Central Terminal and the Met Life Building from Park Avenue
Rich New Yorkers and their employers won’t leave overnight, but future long-term growth could still suffer.
New York state will face the challenge of gaining the confidence of undocumented immigrants when it sets out to distribute billions in relief funds.
Prisoners are at risk and it affects their whole community.
There are more effective means of economic development.

POLITICS

Colin Schmitt at his campaign announcement.
Assembly Member Colin Schmitt has a record that belies claims to bipartisanship as he launches a 2022 congressional bid.
Left-leaning state legislators are pushing ideas like single-payer health care by highlighting fiscal benefits for the state.
Republicans have wasted no time in taking political advantage of New York’s plan to provide pandemic aid to undocumented people. Here are the facts.

Policy

NYPD officers made a violent arrest of a black man, but will they face any consequences?
The Democratic candidates all have proposals, some with many common features.
Documented and City & State asked Democratic mayoral candidates about their plans for the city’s immigrant residents.
Health care, parole reform and climate change legislation could complicate the second half of the 2021 state legislative session.
New York’s Excelsior Pass can’t be equitable until vaccinations are equitable, some advocates say.

PERSONALITY

Fountain and Residential Buildings at StuyTown in New York City
A new book by former City Council Member Daniel Garodnick explores the grassroots effort to keep the Manhattan complex affordable.
The IDC-slaying state senator is showing that you don’t have to be a moderate to win.
How the first woman, and first African American, to serve as Assembly majority leader fought for equitable marijuana legalization.
A Q&A with New York City Council hopeful Felicia Singh on her family’s experience navigating bankruptcy.

POWER LIST

MAGAZINE

Tish James, Lupé Todd-Medina, and Andrea Stewart-Cousins.
Firsthand accounts of the barriers and triumphs in New York’s political world.
How Black women in government and politics are getting it done.
Here’s what to watch during the endless bummer of COVID-19.
NYPD officer unions taught the NYC mayor a lesson in 2014. He hasn’t forgotten it.

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