Queens

Mark Peters
Rounding up the week’s political news.
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Protesters carry anti-Amazon posters during a rally opposing the Amazon headquarters getting subsidies to locate in Long Island City.
State and city lawmakers who want to thwart the governor’s and mayor’s plans have a few weapons in their arsenal.
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Local politicians like New York City Councilman Jimmy Van Bramer calls the arrangement unnecessary corporate welfare.
The state has bypassed the city's legislative body many times before for large development projects.
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amazon
The online retailer’s move into Queens is dividing elected officials and influential groups.
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Antonio Delgado defeated Representative John Faso as blue wave hits New York.
Rounding up the week’s political news.
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John Liu Tony Avella
The former IDC member may have an even tougher time after his primary loss to John Liu.
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Rory Lancman New York City Council
District Attorney Richard Brown, who has served for decades, may not run in the 2019.
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Then state Sen. Hiram Monserrate leaving Manhattan Federal Court in February of 2010.
Previously guilty of corruption and domestic abuse, he still has local support. But he’s far from a power broker.
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A rendering of the proposed BQX traveling over the Pulaski Bridge in Brooklyn.
NYC’s transportation commissioner weighs in on the issues.
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