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  • Setting the 2016 Agenda: Transportation infrastructure

    By Will Brunelle | September 23, 2015

    Upstaters fear New York City’s transit woes will eclipse statewide needs.

  • The Standoff: Will anyone win the 421-a negotiation?

    By Will Brunelle | August 31, 2015

    Despite a steadily approaching deadline to cut a pivotal deal on construction incentives and wages for construction workers, New York City’s real estate industry and building trades unions are keeping...

  • Kicking the carbon habit

    By Will Brunelle | September 30, 2015

    Both sides of the aisle work together for cleaner, more reliable energy

  • First Read – January 18, 2017

    January 18, 2017

    ...CONGRATULATIONS: To Albany Politifact reporter Dan Clark and Albany SKDKnickerbocker associate Will Brunelle, who got married over the weekend.   MOVING ON: Former government affairs director at Wilson...

  • Lawmakers follow Cuomo’s clean energy charge

    By Will Brunelle | February 01, 2016

    As the 2016 legislative session gets underway, the leaders of the state Legislature’s energy committees remain focused primarily on monitoring the rollout of the Cuomo administration’s ambitious clean...

  • Spotlight: State Legislative Preview

    By City & State | February 01, 2016

    ...arrival’ By Ashley Hupfl ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENT: Lawmakers follow Cuomo’s clean energy chargeBy Will Brunelle

  • Toxins on aisle 12

    By Will Brunelle | September 30, 2015

    Bills aim to crack down on chemicals in skin products and children’s toys

  • As Cuomo courts GE, advocates call on company to clean up Hudson

    By Will Brunelle | October 23, 2015

    Despite Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s efforts to woo its corporate headquarters back to the Hudson Valley, General Electric might face a less-than-warm welcome from those who want to see the company continue cleaning...

  • Who are New York's political power couples?

    By City & State | February 13, 2017

    “Politics makes strange bedfellows,” the 19th century writer Charles Dudley Warner once observed. Warner was referring to political alliances that span the partisan divide, but the phrase can be taken...