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Effects of Affordable Care Act repeal could be dire for New York

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The future of the Affordable Care Act is uncertain in Washington, and there are several scenarios under consideration. The latest possible changes could impact New York’s relatively healthy health care system.

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Cuomo says fight for health care is a class struggle

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Governor Cuomo defined the conflict over changing the health care laws in Washington as a class struggle, saying it’s all about the rich versus the rest.

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Cuomo in 2020? First, there's 2018

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Governor Cuomo’s name has been mentioned as a potential presidential candidate in 2020, but first, he may be facing some obstacles to win a third term as governor in 2018.

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Second poll shows Cuomo plummeting

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The second voter survey in two weeks shows Governor Andrew Cuomo’s job approval rating plummeting to near record lows.

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New York's Attorney General vows court action against Affordable Care Act repeal

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New York’s top elected Democrats rallied against the Republican Congress’s proposals to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare, saying they will take legal action, if necessary, to stop it.

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NYN Podcast: Fred LeBrun on "extreme politics"

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We discuss Cuomo, Trump, and 2020.

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Silver corruption conviction overturned

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The corruption conviction of the former New York State Assembly Speaker, Sheldon Silver, was overturned on a technicality by a federal appeals court.

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Cuomo does not like to say the words "Donald Trump"

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While a new poll finds New Yorkers would like Governor Cuomo to be a “national leader” challenging the policies of President Trump’s Administration, Cuomo seldom actually mentions the President by name.

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Cuomo dips in poll

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A new poll finds Governor Cuomo’s popularity has dipped to a near record low, and the reason could be dissatisfaction in New York City over the governor’s handling of the mass transit system.

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Cuomo will decide on bill to expand medical marijuana for PTSD

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A bill to expand the state’s medical marijuana program to cover sufferers of PTSD passed both houses of the legislature, but will Governor Cuomo sign it into law?

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Lieutenant Governor sounds warning on repealing Obamacare

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The state’s Lieutenant Governor says New Yorkers should be deeply worried if the US Senate approves a plan to repeal and replace the Affordable Health Care Act, also knows as Obamacare.

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Cuomo pleased with ride hailing in New York so far

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It’s been just over two weeks since ride-hailing services have been permitted outside New York City, and Governor Cuomo says he’s pleased, so far.

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1982 Democratic primary: Koch-Cuomo III

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This week on New York NOW we take a look back at one of the most entertaining political battles of the 20th Century.

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New Mario Cuomo Bridge comes with some questions

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Later this summer, the Thruway’s new Tappan Zee Bridge will be formally named in honor of the current Governor’s father, the former Governor Mario Cuomo. But the renaming of the bridge came with a bit of controversy.

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Cuomo has reservations about a Constitutional Convention

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Add Governor Cuomo’s name to the list of state politicians wary of holding a constitutional convention. Voters get to decide this November whether New York should hold the event.

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