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It remains entirely possible that the three-term governor will face no consequences at all from lawmakers.
Holding the governor accountable is hard when he controls the state ethics commission.
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Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Feb. 24, 2021.
The attorney general’s office said it will hire an independent law firm to look into allegations of sexual harassment against the three-term governor.
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State Senate Education Committee Chair Shelley Mayer
The state Senate education chair says new federal money should supplement, not replace, state funding.
Personality
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A COVID-19 vaccine is administered at NYC Health + Hospitals/Elmhurst in Queens.
New York ramps up its vaccination efforts. Here’s a look at other key COVID-19 figures in the state.
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Tesla billionaire Elon Musk
The tech billionaire has so much more to offer than electric garbage trucks. Like tiny submarines and dubious investment advice.
Personality
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A lack of transparency surrounds rising Medicaid costs in New York.
The state was quietly busting through its self-imposed Medicaid spending cap – and that was before the pandemic struck.
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New York City Council Member James Gennaro
A Q&A with the new City Council member who is starting his 13th year in the chamber.
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NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio is suddenly telling us what he really thinks about the embattled governor.
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Governor Andrew Cuomo at Coronavirus briefing
It took six weeks to “bend the curve,” and New York would never be the same.
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Meisha Porter, the next Chancellor of New York City public schools.
Meisha Porter is a longtime educator in New York City’s public school system.
Personality
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