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A long-term energy plan by the Cuomo Administration that includes a nearly $8 billion dollar subsidy to two upstate nuclear power plants is being challenged from both ends of the political spectrum, and a lawsuit has been filed to try to stop the deal.Read More
The state’s Attorney General has released a package of bills aimed at improving what he says is the state’s “arcane” and “ridiculous” voting laws that bar many potential voters from the ballot box.Read More
New Yorkers are evenly split on whether President Donald Trump will be good or bad for the state, according to a new poll.Read More
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A spokeswoman for the Independent Democratic Conference issued a somewhat sarcastic response to the calls for unification, saying that Senator Stewart Cousins has not spoken to IDC Leader Senator Klein in over a month, and he has “no idea what her grand plan is for Democratic unity.”Read More
Governor Cuomo is pressuring state lawmakers to come back in December for a special session that includes a number of reform items to address recent corruption scandals. He says in exchange, they could potentially be rewarded with a pay raise.Read More
Governor Cuomo issued his first public comments since his former top aide and other former associates were indicted on corruption charges just before Thanksgiving.Read More