John Flanagan

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Commissioners on the Public Campaign Financing Commission come from varied backgrounds and political patrons.
News & Politics
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Flanagan at a press conference outside of his office on May 7 where he blasted a democratic bill to allow felons who serve their sentences to be on juries.
The top state Senate Republican didn’t have enough time to cement his power.
Opinion
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State Senate Minority Leader John Flanagan.
The Republican leader lost the state Senate. Can he win it back?
Personality
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New York Sen. Liz Krueger.
They pushed through tenant protections, but got pushback on financial aid for families of slain soldiers.
Winners & Losers
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Wanted: a charter school champion.
NYC's charter school movement lacks the firepower it once had.
Policy
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E.J. McMahon on the left and Julia Salazar on the right
Rocky and Apollo. Thor and Loki. Hakeem Jeffries and the Koch brothers.
Personality
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Former New York state Attorney General Eric Schneiderman.
Scandals and a "blue wave" shook up the city's power structure.
Personality
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Senate Deputy Minority Leader Joseph Griffo talks with Senate Minority Leader John Flanagan in the Senate Chamber at the state Capitol.
Upstate Republican Joseph Griffo discusses his stint as acting GOP Senate leader.
Personality
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Women filled every winner spot this year – and every loser was a man.
Winners & Losers
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Many observers are assuming that with a decisive majority in Albany, Democrats will finally be able to achieve their long-sought progressive agenda items
The new state Senate majority won’t count for much if urban and suburban lawmakers don’t play nice.
Policy
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