New York State

New York City Transit President Andy Byford resigned his post on Thursday.
All the big changes this year, explained.
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Governor Cuomo at Northwell Health Core Lab in New Hyde Park before delivering his daily COVID-19 Coronavirus briefing on Sunday April 19, 2020.
New York has the most cases. Here’s a look at other key figures in the state.
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State Senator Robert Ortt protesting the removal of the law banning the wearing of masks in public.
New York Republicans are looking for excuses to go maskless.
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Governor Cuomo at the New York Stock Exchange on May 26, 2020.
The governor’s polling boom is subsiding, for now.
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Governor Cuomo at the New York Stock Exchange on Monday, May 26th.
The governor sometimes points the finger elsewhere when things go wrong.
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The meaning of the term “front line worker” has shifted dramatically during the coronavirus pandemic.
De Blasio has thrown his support behind death benefits for NYC workers, but the measure would first have to pass in Albany.
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Dichter Pharmacy in Inwood
Unlike CVS and Walgreens, the state’s smaller pharmacies may struggle to begin administering coronavirus tests.
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Former IDC-er and current lobbyist Jeff Klein.
Most of the controversial state senators lost reelection bids in 2018.
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New York republicans are eager to win back the three seats Democrats flipped in 2018’s blue wave.
How each House race is shaping up – and how COVID-19 could turn everything upside-down.
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Deputy Majority Leader Senator Michael Gianaris speaks to Senate Minority Leader John J. Flanagan while practicing social distancing in March of this year.
At least one chamber in the state Legislature is looking to get back to the lawmaking.
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