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Assembly Labor Chair Latoya Joyner
Construction groups say they want key changes to bill supported by Democratic lawmakers and organized labor.
Eric Adams at a campaign press conference on April 26, 2021.
Borough Park has become a battleground in the mayoral race.
Grey box with words "Winners & Losers" written in black
Who’s up and who’s down this week?
Rep. Elise Stefanik
Republican legislators are stoked she is moving up in GOP politics despite her support for the Big Lie.
Columbia University received about $12.8 million
Some schools cut tuition and others reimbursed students for on-campus housing.
Andrew Yang on May 4
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Support for the candidate is more widespread than progressive activists portray.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo
Funding has remained relatively flat for some programs despite the growing need.
New York City Council Member for District 20, Peter Koo.
A coalition forms against the establishment in Flushing. Will others follow?

OPINION

Andrew Yang on May 4
Support for the candidate is more widespread than progressive activists portray.
The two remaining options are Maya Wiley and Dianne Morales, but each may have limited appeal.
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.

POLITICS

A COVID-19 vaccine is administered at NYC Health + Hospitals/Elmhurst in Queens.
New York ramps up its vaccination efforts. Here’s a look at other key COVID-19 figures in the state.
Dianne Morales is the mayoral field’s unapologetic progressive. It’s won her fierce and energetic supporters, but some doubt she can win over the city.
Construction groups say they want key changes to bill supported by Democratic lawmakers and organized labor.

Policy

New Yorkers at a bar in Brooklyn on April 17, 2021.
It all depends on how well the city can adhere to COVID-19 restrictions.
Some schools cut tuition and others reimbursed students for on-campus housing.
A bill would legalize “natural organic reduction” of human bodies.
New legislation aims to raise billions of dollars to fund a “just transition” away from fossil fuels.

PERSONALITY

Assembly Labor Chair Latoya Joyner spoke at a May 6 rally in Manhattan highlighted a bill she is sponsoring to crack down on wage theft.
The union chiefs and worker rights advocates fighting for a stronger New York.
The largest public transit system in the nation believes Quemuel Arroyo can bring about much-needed improvements, but some advocates fear it will be business as usual.
Julie Menin shared her frustrations with the state’s census efforts.
The Brooklyn borough president discusses some of the biggest controversies during his political tenure and why he’s not actually as shocking as some may think.

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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