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Businessman
Four New York state and city officials discuss their thoughts on how to boost minority women-owned business enterprises.
Personality
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Rainbow shirts on a hanger.
Lawmakers are pushing to get more contracts to LGBT-owned businesses.
Policy
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Businesswoman.
Lawmakers made it easier to give contracts to businesses owned by women and minorities. Will it work?
Policy
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A judges gavel next to weed
Minority businesses were neglected in the rollout of medical marijuana.
Policy
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A view of the Long Island City skyline development - the future home of Amazon HQ2 - from under the Queens Boulevard train tracks.
Economic development officials answered some questions – and remained silent on others.
Policy
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City and state officials weigh in on efforts to award contracts to firms owned by women or minorities.
Policy
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New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio hosts a roundtable with senior military officers.
City programs boost businesses owned by minorities and women – but not veterans.
Policy
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New York executive chambers
Election season is heating up across the state, but there's still work to be done in Albany.
News & Politics
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Main Street in Nyack New York
The Senate GOP’s economic agenda takes aim at leftward-shifting Democrats.
Policy
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