Linda Rosenthal

Who’s up and who’s down this week?
Winners & Losers
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Gov. Andrew Cuomo and Captain.
These four-legged friends are inspiring an animal-friendly New York.
Personality
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Sorry bud, ferrets aren't welcome 'round these parts.
You can’t own a ferret – and you certainly can’t give it a nose ring.
Policy
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Josh Mohrer, then Uber's New York manager, led a rally in front of City Hall in 2015 while the council considered a cap on for-hire vehicles.
Uber drove circles around would-be regulators. That doesn’t work anymore.
Policy
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Alessandra Biaggi
There's no pork in their bills.
Personality
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Assemblyman Joseph Lentol in the Assembly Chamber at the Capitol in Albany
Assemblyman Joseph Lentol is taking another shot with his Airbnb-backed bill.
Policy
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Brad Hoylman and Roger Stone
32BJ's Hector Figueroa got the most loser votes - thanks to some voter fraud.
Winners & Losers
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 Amazon HQ2 will be Amazon's second headquarters in North America.
As New York charges forward on tech, a wave of legislation rises in its wake.
Policy
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The New York Interfaith Community comes together in solidarity following a week of violent hate crimes.
As lawmakers renew push for Child Victims Act, Cuomo warns of bankrupting the Catholic Church.
Policy
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New York City tenant advocates are hopeful that the Democrats will go to bat for renters.
What’s on the table in next year’s rent regulation debate.
Policy
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