Luis Sepulveda

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Who's up and who's down this week?
NY State Senator Luis Sepúlveda.
The Bronx Senator turned himself in to the police Tuesday.
Lt. Gov. Kathy Hochul, New York City Public Advocate Jumaane Williams, Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis and Rep. Adriano Espaillat.
How to say “Oxiris,” “Gjonaj,” “Constantinides” and more
A screenshot from Bill de Blasio's presidential campaign announcement.
Who milked the most out of the mayor’s impossible dream.
NY driver's license.
Reports revealed the FBI had been mining state driver’s license databases with facial recognition technology, prompting concerns about New York’s new Green Light law.
Sen. Luis R. Sepulveda (center) celebrates after the Green Light Bill granting was passed by the state Senate.
State lawmakers passed a backlog of high-profile bills this year.
New York Senator Jamaal Bailey speaking to a crowd about the bipartisan legislation to establish the nation's first commission to investigate prosecutorial misconduct in 2018.
Decreasing solitary confinement, parole reform among issues being considered.
The outside of a prison.
State law allows for up to 19 commissioners but there are currently only 12.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
Until Cuomo signs them, no speed cameras in NYC and revenge porn is legal.
Wanted: a charter school champion.
NYC's charter school movement lacks the firepower it once had.