New York City

Who's up and who's down this week?
Winners & Losers
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Mayor de Blasio during a press availability on April 5th.
Citywide leaders say little about cuts to hospitals, flat school aid and increased costs.
News & Politics
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Governor Andrew Cuomo with Rear Admiral John Mustin welcome the United States Naval Hospital Ship Comfort to New York City.
Rounding up the week’s political news.
News & Politics
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Governor Cuomo during a coronavirus update on April 1st.
New York State budget deal may cause NYC, other districts to tighten their belts
Policy
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Who’s up and who’s down this week?
Winners & Losers
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NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio welcoming the USNS Comfort to New York City.
How to get a test, who qualifies, and the state’s testing capacity.
News & Politics
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Mayor de Blasio at the Brooklyn Navy Yard where local firms have begun manufacturing Personal Protective Equipment.
The mayor really doesn’t believe in leading by example.
News & Politics
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Lawmakers and housing advocates are calling for rent cancelation in New York.
A bill in the state Legislature would offer rent relief for struggling tenants, but landlords would be affected too.
Policy
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Mayor Bill de Blasio assists in picking up the United Nation's donation of 250,000 face masks.
The city wants to gather data from residents with COVID-19 symptoms to allow for more targeted response efforts.
News & Politics
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City Councilman Keith Powers was one politician who sent a letter calling for advances on existing nonprofit contracts.
Organizations point to New York City’s commitment to continued funding as a model for the state.
Policy
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