New York State

Donald Trump returns to the White House on December 19, 2019.
Rounding up the week’s political news.
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Keynote speaker former Rep. Charles Rangel.
City & State’s gala recognized New York’s black political leaders.
News & Politics
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Who’s up and who’s down this week?
Winners & Losers
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Is presidential candidate Andrew Yang the Tech Winner of the year?
From New York’s longest standing Democratic presidential contender to the billionaire who couldn’t hack it in Queens, here are the year’s biggest tech winners and losers.
Winners & Losers
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Senator Kirsten Gillibrand's campaign was headquartered in Troy.
The Empire State has been the home for nearly a half dozen campaigns.
News & Politics
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Samelys Lopez announces her campaign for Congress in the Bronx.
Here’s what you need to know about the Congressional and Assembly candidates endorsed by the Democratic Socialists of America.
News & Politics
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Recreational marijuana may finally be legalized during the 2020 session.
They’re determined to make a deal after their last effort went up in smoke.
Policy
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New York City’s plan to build new jails to replace the notorious Rikers Island complex dominated headlines this fall.
The top criminal justice bills on Albany’s 2020 agenda.
Policy
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Amazon fulfilment center.
Lawmakers and labor advocates cite poor working conditions in protest against future Amazon distribution centers.
Policy
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Gov. Andrew Cuomo vetoed a bill that would have changed how the state handles allegations of child neglect.
Advocates will renew the fight to increase the burden of proof needed to substantiate child neglect cases in 2020.
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