The state Legislature voted last week to repeal an old law outlawing face masks that dates to the 19th-century Anti-Rent Wars. The timing is conspicuous.
In his first year in Congress, the Hudson Valley representative has held 33 town halls, proposed 28 pieces of legislation, and built a reputation of strong constituent outreach that has warded off any formidable opposition—so far.
New York’s transformative pretrial and bail reforms go into effect in 2020. They should create a more fair, equal, and compassionate criminal justice system.
Opposition remains strong to the bill Cuomo signed this summer, which is set to go into effect next month.
Long before Nita Lowey announced her retirement, the progressive lawyer was running for her seat in NY17. His election would be historic.
Latest FEC filings reveal a weak Republican primary field of 2020 challengers to Antonio Delgado.
Former first daughter receives medal 24 years after mom honored, becoming first mother-daughter recipients in the award's history.
New legislation gives agricultural laborers the right to unionize and collect overtime pay, but neither side is thrilled with the final law.
In the era of mass shootings, we may be lucky to have some of the strictest gun laws in the nation, but there’s a clear upstate/downstate divide.
New York lawmakers have passed the most ambitious climate plan in the country. But how will we get to net-zero emissions by 2050? TBD.