Editor’s note: Leaving a legacy of public service for generations of women to follow
Camille Joseph Varlack, New York City Mayor Eric Adams’ new chief of staff, looks back at her mother’s accomplishments as she looks to make her own mark.
Opinion: Celebrating a women-majority City Council
This Women’s History Month is an opportunity to reflect on the difference a women-dominant Council makes.
Opinion: Propane isn’t the solution for school buses
Going electric is.
Opinion: New York must invest in training nursing assistants
We need to scale an equity-focused model to address New York’s senior care staffing crisis
Opinion: Fund, don’t delay, public campaign financing
New York’s matching funds system will decrease the power of big money donors
Opinion: The state must make safe e-bikes affordable for all New Yorkers
Trade-in programs and rebates can help support the growing use of safe electric micromobility devices.
Editor’s Note: City & State has a lot to celebrate with GovExec’s third anniversary
Our parent company’s growth helped expand your leading news brand for politics and personalities and raised its national profile.
Opinion: Regulating crypto didn’t cause banks to collapse
Barney Frank says anti-crypto regulators are behind the Signature Bank seizure. He couldn’t be more wrong.
Opinion: Albany has the money to provide families with quality legal representation
The question is, what are we waiting for?
Commentary: How a progressive majority on the NYC Board of Correction had the upper hand over City Hall
Two new members of the panel Tuesday tipped the balance of power in favor of more progressive reforms for the first time in nine years.
Commentary: How New York can fight student debt and lead the workforce development revolution
An outcomes-based approach can provide avenues to help New Yorkers advance their careers.
Editor’s Note: Friends of the MTA are a welcome support for New York’s subways
The volunteer program will prove rewarding for its volunteers and the stations they support.
Opinion: 'Good cause' is good policy
Not just for tenants but small property owners alike.
Opinion: NY can provide health care to undocumented immigrants and still save the state $500 million
Both can happen with passage of the Coverage for All bill.
Opinion: Adams replaces school funding with gaffes and prayer
As the mayor’s talking points validate the instincts of a large, and likely growing, supermajority, progressives need to start planning a credible challenge to defeat him in 2025.
Opinion: Medicaid prescription changes threaten patients and safety net providers
The federal 340B drug pricing program that serves low-income and underserved patients is about to be stripped of funding which may reduce STD and COVID-19 treatment services in New York.
Editor’s note: Hochul should fund moving Madison Square Garden
The governor, who gave a big subsidy for her hometown Buffalo Bills, can do the same for the city’s famed arena.
Opinion: Hochul’s budget can’t afford to ignore homeowner protection from deed theft
With the threat of deed theft displacing Black and brown homeowners, $40 million is vital to include in the state budget to create a stronger line of defense.
Opinion: Hochul says a recession is coming. That’s why we must tax the rich.
Raising taxes to fund public goods would help reduce the impacts of an economic recession.
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