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Former Gov. Eliot Spitzer took another swipe at current Gov. Andrew Cuomo last night.
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New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has moved to fill expired seats on the Adirondack Park Agency board, including two appointments that would replace veteran members of the commission.
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Good legislative morning. It looks like deals came together last night on casinos, tax-free zones and fell apart -- literally -- when it came to the women's act.
The deadline draws closer by the hour. In New York, the band of good-government reformers, labor unions, enviros, community organizers, religious leaders, and more have until Thursday night , when the current legislative session ends, to press state lawmakers to pass legislation combating political corruption and kickstarting a public financing ... (more)
Gov. Andrew Cuomo and legislative leaders struck deals Tuesday night to authorize four upstate casinos and to allow separate votes on a women's rights package including an abortion proposal that appeared to have been blocked in the Senate, according to a senior administration official.
New York governor says it looks like the state Senate has successfully blocked his abortion bill for this legislative session NEW YORK-New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said in a public radio interview Monday that the state Senate likely has successfully blocked his controversial abortion legislation for this session, which ends Thursday or Friday.
New York regulators reached an agreement Tuesday for Deloitte Financial Advisory Services to pay $10 million and cease new consulting for one year at state-regulated banks to settle an investigation into misconduct.
As New York's legislative session wraps up this week, some of the major issues we've been hearing about for the last while remain unresolved, and it's looking like at least some of them aren't going to get resolved in this session.
Lawmakers did not finalize bills to guide the siting of Las Vegas-style casinos or reauthorize binding arbitration before midnight last night, according to the state's electronic bill tracking system.
Good morning! It's still warm and stormy. Gov. Andrew Cuomo remains at the Capitol, but has no announced public schedule.
The bill, passed by both the New York state Senate and Assembly, demands insurers cover a key autism therapy called Applied Behavior Analysis, or ABA Legislation that was supposed to guarantee insurance coverage for expensive autism treatments for hundreds, and possibly thousands, of autistic children is failing families because of an 11th-hour ... (more)
The four senators of the Independent Democratic Conference just huddled with Gov. Andrew Cuomo, defending their legislative tactics as the governor himself joined a pile of advocates who have criticized them for not securing floor votes on progressive priorities including abortion.
An anti-fracking demonstration attracted more than 2,000 activists to the eastern side of the Capitol at midday Monday.
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Gov. Andrew Cuomo is asking the Senate to help him put his stamp on the Workers' Compensation Board , add a former gaming tribe's lobbyist to the state Gaming Commission , and place some business associates on other state panels in the four remaining days of this legislative calendar.
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