New York State

Gov. Andrew Cuomo has launched a “No Tax Cap – No Deal” campaign to make the property tax cap permanent in the state.
Are Democrats of the same mind on five key budget issues?
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How much harassment in the work place is actually permissible in a New York court?
It can take a lot to rise to the level of ‘severe and pervasive' misconduct.
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State Sen. Alessandra Biaggi.
These young lawmakers are out to change that.
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Governor Andrew Cuomo.
The governor has made passage of the budget contingent on a few policy demands. Will lawmakers comply?
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Former senate majority leader John Flanagan, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie, and Senate Majority Leader Andrea Stewart-Cousins.
The Assembly and state Senate are filled with leaders, but what do their titles mean?
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Gov. Andrew Cuomo has launched a “No Tax Cap – No Deal” campaign to make the property tax cap permanent in the state.
New York's 2 percent property tax cap is popular, but is it good policy?
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Beto O'Rourke delivering a speech.
Rice and Maloney endorse the former Texas congressman.
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Former state Sen. Marty Golden, and former Reps. Dan Donovan and Joe Crowley.
2018 swept away the last bastions of Irish-American influence in NYC politics.
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The idea behind an opioid tax is to punish pharmaceutical companies for their role in the opioid epidemic.
Experts question a measure that could burden patients, not the pharmaceutical industry.
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Andrew Cuomo makes a statement on SALT Taxes
Amazon’s HQ2 controversy has drawn attention to state policies – and proposed changes.
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