Policy

Special Reports

Sports delivers for New York’s tourism industry

Hockey, cricket and horse racing are luring visitors to the state with significant economic impacts.

Special Reports

New York state tourism has surged in unexpected places

Central New York, the Catskills and Adirondacks have all seen growth, while New York City has not yet returned to pre-pandemic levels.

New York City

Nearly united NYC Council votes 46 to 3 to approve FY 2025 budget

The three dissenters, all democratic socialists, blamed the mayor for budget mismanagement.

Policy

Adams and Adams shake on $112.4 billion FY 25 budget that reverses some deeply unpopular cuts

“Adams and Adams United is here to say we have a deal,” Mayor Eric Adams announced on Friday.

Policy

NYC budget expected to include $2 billion for affordable housing. Here are the details.

The funds will go toward building, preserving and renovating housing for low-income New Yorkers.

Budget

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Report: Eric Adams’ administration is ‘unreasonably pessimistic’ in budget projections

The Fiscal Policy Institute found that recent projections have increasingly diverged from the city’s actual fiscal reality.

MTA

4 borough presidents want an expansion of Fair Fares

In a letter to Mayor Eric Adams, the officials called for more people to be eligible, including full-time minimum wage workers.

Infrastructure

Rebuilding New York Summit shows the way toward a decarbonized future

Climate goals, Local Law 97 and repurposing office space were discussed at City & State’s all-day event.

Immigration

Legal work authorization still eludes most migrants to New York

Those eligible for Temporary Protected Status are able to work legally with relative ease compared to migrants who don’t qualify.

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Policy

Here are some of the proposed laws resulting from spring campus protests

Lawmakers have taken various approaches to reining in demonstrations. Few have passed.

Policy

Do the feds owe the state Department of Labor $44 million?

An audit by the state Comptroller’s Office found that the state Department of Labor is entitled to $44 million in federal reimbursements, but the department claims it cannot apply for the money.

Gambling

How New York stands to win big on downstate casino licensing

Experts at City & State’s “Who’s who in casinos and sports betting” discuss the latest on this new industry.

Policy

Here’s how to vote in New York’s action-packed primaries

Election Day is June 25, but New Yorkers have nine days of early voting to participate before then.

Health Care

Report: Two-thirds of licensed registered nurses are active in New York state

The findings, released at Mother Cabrini Foundation’s Healthier Communities, Healthier People summit, reveal staffing shortages felt most strongly in acute care hospitals.

Health Care

Mother Cabrini Health Foundation to release report addressing statewide nursing shortage

The foundation will unveil the study at its upcoming Healthier Communities, Healthier People summit at the Museum of the City of New York, presented by City & State.