New York State Senate

State Senator Zellnor Myrie
There is lots to do, from making phone calls to protecting consumers to passing legislation.
State Senator Gustavo Rivera in 2015.
The state senator warns of overreach as Cuomo pushes to pass an early budget.
State Senator Alessandra Biaggi was one of the lawmakers to call for a halt in evictions.
Many argue that evictions during this public health crisis could lead to more people contracting the coronavirus.
New York State Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie and Governor Andrew Cuomo
Fair or not, the political winds are blowing in favor of changing the recently implemented criminal justice reforms.
Assemblywoman Latrice Walker of Brooklyn speaks at a Feb. 12 rally in the state Capitol where lawmakers and activists criticized a proposal by Senate Democrats to change recently-enacted criminal justice reforms.
Competing incentives for the different Democratic conferences.
Lawmakers are looking into transforming New York's prostitution laws.
New York lawmakers are reevaluating the labor of lust.
Protesters in Albany pushing New York legislators to pass marijuana legalization.
Advocates say the state has the chance to be a leader on social equity.
Curtis Sliwa, founder of the Guardian Angels
The long, proud history of politicians switching parties.
State Senator Chris Jacobs.
There’s still a special election, but the odds are in Jacobs’ favor.
A weed truck in Times Square.
How to spend marijuana money will likely be the most difficult debate during legalization negotiations.