Zach Williams

Incoming state Senate Majority Leader Andrea Stewart-Cousins has said voting reforms are on the table next year.
These issues could return with a vengeance in the 2019 session.
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Governor Cuomo and Speaker Carl Heastie outlined an agreement on groundbreaking reforms to New York States ethics laws and rules
Compensation Committee demands limits to outside income, but will that stick?
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Iron workers raise steel at 32nd floor of the Esso Building in New York City in 1954.
Here’s what state lawmakers are considering to tackle high infrastructure costs.
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Traffic in Manhattan
Everyone agrees the MTA needs more money. If only the Democrats could agree on how to get it.
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People protesting the DACA ruling
A glossary of the Democrats’ top priorities for the upcoming session.
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Many observers are assuming that with a decisive majority in Albany, Democrats will finally be able to achieve their long-sought progressive agenda items
The new state Senate majority won’t count for much if urban and suburban lawmakers don’t play nice.
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Dead Elephant laying on its side
For now, Republican hopes depend on Democrats screwing up.
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Stephanie Miner, Larry Sharpe and Howie Hawkins.
Many third parties either lost or gained ballot access. Here’s how that will reshape NY politics.
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Union workers gather to protest the use on non-union workers.
Unions take aim at public subsidies for Related Cos.’ megaproject.
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The online retailer’s move into Queens is dividing elected officials and influential groups.
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