Opinion

The New York Stock Exchange.
New York should reinstate the Stock Transfer Tax
Nita Lowey
The longtime Congress member blazed a trail on women’s rights.
Nurse-staffed adult day health care programs served roughly 8,000 chronically ill patients across New York.
Families rely on them to provide necessary care so that primary caregivers can go to work.
New York animal shelters are too quick to “euthanize” animals that are not really dangerous or too ill.
Animals displaying signs of stress just need proper support from their shelter.
NYPD officers in May 2020.
After George Floyd was killed, New York City only pretended to change policing.
“We can’t breathe” is an accurate representation of what it means to be Black in the United States in 2020 more broadly.
Here’s what needs to happen to end COVID-19 racial disparities.
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.
New York has to adapt to changing circumstances in order to avoid becoming a "ghost town."
New York City should come up with a plan for adaptive reuse and regeneration.
Attorney General Bill Barr on September 21.
The case for impeaching the U.S. attorney general, who has undermined the rule of law in New York.
The Belleclaire Hotel on the Upper West Side.
Affluent neighborhoods should help solve homelessness.
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