New York State

Who's up and who's down this week?
Winners & Losers
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If the coronavirus is airborne, reopening certain businesses such as nail, hair and tanning salons and tattoo shops – all of which are included in Phase Three – may not be as safe as previously thought.
With new data available regarding COVID-19’s transmissibility, the state would be wise to rethink some of the industries it’s allowing to reopen.
Policy
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Mayor Bill de Blasio tours Flatbush with Councilmembers Farah Louis and Mathieu Eugene and Assemblywoman Rodneyse Bichotte.
New York has the most cases. Here’s a look at other key figures in the state.
News & Politics
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Queens Assembly Candidate Jenifer Rajkumar.
New York City has never elected a South Asian American candidate. That could change this year.
News & Politics
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Assembly District 38 candidate Jenifer Rajkumar.
Tracking the winners and losers in each district.
News & Politics
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Absentee ballots at the Albany Board of Elections.
Assembly districts are among the first to get counted.
News & Politics
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Governor Cuomo at Pathways Nursing and Rehabilitation Center.
Nursing home deaths from COVID-19 are more complicated than the state Department of Health report explains.
Policy
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People participate in a protest calling on New York to cancel rent outside of a New York Civil Court in Brooklyn on Tuesday, July 7th.
To protect Black lives, extend the halt on all evictions.
Opinion
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Who’s up and who’s down this week?
Winners & Losers
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Damages caused by Hurricane Sandy.
The effort faces objections, but it may be the best way to hold back storm surges.
Opinion
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