Erica Scalise

The Statue of Liberty.
Immigrants in New York are more likely to qualify for federal programs such as Medicaid.
Policy
policy
Cyclists mourn the loss of a 33-year-old woman fatally struck by a delivery truck while riding her bicycle on June 24, in New York City.
Mapping traffic-related fatalities in the five boroughs.
News & Politics
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A young woman pushes a man in a wheelchair across the street.
Why it has taken New York City 30 years to even make a plan for accessible sidewalks.
Policy
policy
New York State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli sitting in front of mirror looking at books
Budget watchdogs say the state comptroller should more closely examine subway spending.
Policy
policy
South Bend, Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg.
One is taking the 2020 primary race by storm, the other is Bill de Blasio.
News & Politics
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Hector Figueroa, discussing the New York Fast Food Wage Board's recommendation for a $15 per hour minimum wage in 2015.
Rounding up the week’s political news.
News & Politics
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New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio solicited a lot of reactions online following the first Democratic presidential debate.
Cheers and jeers for the mayor’s performance.
News & Politics
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Brownstones near Prospect Park.
City & State compiled a list of key terms.
Policy
policy
Gov. Andrew Cuomo and New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio.
De Blasio heads for the hills while Cuomo stays home.
News & Politics
article
New York City Council Member Rubén Díaz Sr. chairs the committee oversight hearing on For-Hire Vehicles.
The New York City councilman’s recent comments on sexual harassment are just his latest gaffe.
Personality
personality
Erica Scalise
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