Zach Williams

State Capitol
Health care, parole reform and climate change legislation could complicate the second half of the 2021 state legislative session.
Policy
policy
Colin Schmitt at his campaign announcement.
Assembly Member Colin Schmitt has a record that belies claims to bipartisanship as he launches a 2022 congressional bid.
News & Politics
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Governor Cuomo at the Javits Center on March 8, 2021.
Here are all of the women who have accused the governor of sexual harassment.
News & Politics
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Demonstrators at Washington Square Park on Monday, March 29.
Vulnerable people like undocumented immigrants can still fall through the holes of an expanded safety net.
Policy
policy
Rep. Elise Stefanik on Jan. 17, 2021.
A prospective primary field is forming early.
News & Politics
article
State Capitol
State lawmakers scored major victories on taxes, education funding and aid for undocumented immigrants.
Policy
policy
Assemblymembers Yuh-Line Niou and Amanda Septimo at the Capitol Wednesday.
A half dozen left-leaning legislators stayed overnight outside the governor’s Capitol office to push for their budget priorities.
News & Politics
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Gov. Cuomo on March 24, 2021.
Sexual misconduct, undercounted nursing home deaths, COVID-19 vaccines and tests -- and a certain book he wrote.
News & Politics
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Students at Phyl's Academy in Brooklyn.
The upcoming state budget gives state liberals a chance to win a yearslong fiscal fight with Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
Policy
policy
New York State Building & Construction Trades Council President Gary LaBarbera
Gary LaBarbera wants a prevailing wage on green projects, legislation against wage theft and “due process” for Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
Personality
personality
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