New York State

Gov. Andrew Cuomo signs voting reform legislation flanked by Lt. Gov. Kathy Hochul (left), Assemblyman Charles Lavine, state Senators Zellnor Myrie and James Sanders Jr., and Ben Stiller.
Sponsoring bills give freshmen lawmakers something to show voters later on.
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Gov. Andrew Cuomo laughing with Assemblyman David Weprin and state Sen. James Tedisco at his joint State of the State and budget address.
How Cuomo amassed even more control over the state’s multibillion-dollar spending plan.
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The 5 freshmen reps are already making their mark.
The 5 freshmen reps are already making their mark.
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Albany welcomes 39 new legislators between both chambers.
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State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli (right) listens to Gov. Andrew Cuomo's State of the State address alongside Senate Majority Leader Andrea Stewart-Cousins and Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie.
The governor omitted several proposed reforms and proposed a vaguely defined database of deals.
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Andrew Cuomo 2019 budget address
Why a recession or federal cuts could throw Cuomo’s budget into disarray.
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Gov. Andrew Cuomo addresses the crowd while unveiling his proposed 2019-20 executive budget.
The governor’s wide-ranging budget address left out several legislative priorities.
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Andrew Cuomo
But in between the lines is the same old governor.
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Gov. Andrew Cuomo delivers the 2019 State of the State address and proposed 2019-2020 executive budget.
What the governor wants to spend on education, health care, subways and more.
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Is the governor’s plan to avoid the L train shutdown a good idea?
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