Policy

Governor Cuomo and State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli deliver an update on the state revenues in 2019.
DiNapoli’s state financial update could put lawmakers on the spot.
Members of the Protect Our Places Coalition celebrating passage of Intro 245, the bill to protect places of worship and other not-for-profit owned properties from the city’s annual tax lien sale.
Churches and synagogues have been facing tax liens for bills they didn’t owe.
State senate Majority Leader Andrea Stewart-Cousins.
Activists, union leaders and fellow lawmakers are using carrots and sticks in pursuit of tax increases on the wealthy.
Movies made in New York often qualify for a tax credit.
Seven Academy Award-nominated films qualified for a controversial tax credit that Cuomo wants to extend.
Gov. Cuomo wants New York marijuana policy to match that of its neighbors.
New York and its neighbors want to make sure they’re all on the same page before they pass anything.
Marijuana players have been spending big to influence pot policy in New York.
Who’s spending the most to legalize marijuana?
Protesters in Albany pushing New York legislators to pass marijuana legalization.
Advocates say the state has the chance to be a leader on social equity.
Companies are spending lots of money lobbying New York politicians on pot.
Here’s who’s still spending a lot to legalize pot in New York.
Reps. Nydia Velazquez and Carolyn Maloney participate in the protest against plans to revise the Community Reinvestment Act of 1977.
New York City members of Congress are protesting, upstate cities and rural areas could also be affected.
Governor Cuomo cutting the ribbon at Three Heads Brewing in Rochester in 2016.
The governor is helping lawmakers overcome opposition to alcohol in movie theaters.
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