The State of New York
Why the Last-Ditch Effort to Pass Good Cause Failed
Lawmakers and advocates point fingers, as New York's dysfunctional government failed to act once again.
State Lawmakers From NYC Are Poised to Block NYC From Setting Lower Speed Limits
"Some people don't want to lower the speed limit."
When Queens Lawmakers Are Also Casino Cheerleaders
Three politicians who appeared in a Resorts World promo will have input in the bidding process.
The Only Good Place in Albany Is the Women’s Bathroom on the Second Floor
The politics stink, but at least the bathrooms are nice.
Albany Dispatch: Housing Crisis Despair Edition
"It really feels like we're trying to minimize all of the harm that's going to come through this budget."
Which Banks Should Get to Hold NYC’s Billions in Cash?
NYC has an average daily cash balance of $6.5 billion.
‘The Number One Issue in Our Budget This Year Is Locking Up Black and Brown People’
An interview with Assemblymember Latrice Walker, on the fifth day of her hunger strike to protest bail law rollbacks.
Video: Do Rich New Yorkers Actually Flee Higher Taxes?
The rich hate moving too.
Governor Hochul Wants to Get Back in the Marijuana Enforcement Game
Defense attorneys say that huge fines on illicit weed could reopen the door to an NYPD crackdown.
Assembly Speaker Says NY Can Improve Long Island Zoning Laws ‘In Another Time and Universe’
A low-density Syosset must be protected at all costs.