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New York City Corporation Counsel James Johnson.
A new lawsuit aims to stop the Trump administration from withholding money over “anarchist jurisdiction” classification.
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Saturday kicks off the start of the nine-day early voting period across New York, which lasts through Nov. 1.
Rounding up the week’s political news
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Former Marine and co-founder of the Headstrong Project  Zach Iscol is running for Mayor.
He didn’t vote for mayor, but now he wants your vote.
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A teacher conducts class remotely at One World Middle School at Edenwald in the Bronx.
New York City prepares for the long haul.
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A student and teacher at Mosaic Pre-K Center in Queens on September 21.
New York is slowly recovering. Here’s a look at key figures in the state.
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Who’s up and who’s down this week?
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Some policymakers have advocated reinstating the stock transfer tax that has been dormant for almost 40 years.
It could drive business out of New York and won’t live up to revenue projections.
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In June, the governors of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut formed a joint quarantine agreement for travelers from other states.
Cuomo says it’s impractical to bar travel from New York’s neighbors.
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Voters are generally asked to leave attire supporting a candidate on the ballot at home before they vote.
Candidate merchandise is a no-go, but other political apparel is allowed.
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De Blasio championed some of the key actions the state took to curb the spread of the virus before Cuomo did.
New Yorkers may have more love for Cuomo, but on some COVID-19 policies, de Blasio got there first.
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