Senate Leader Stewart-Cousins looks ahead at 2023
Senate Majority Leader Andrea Stewart-Cousins talks minimum wage, judge selections, and more.
Federal corruption cases challenged by law interpretations
The dismissal of corruption charges against former Lt. Gov. Brian Benjamin underscores a problem for prosecutors.
Abortion provider navigates post-Roe world
Dr. Katharine Morrison discusses demand from out-of-state women this summer.
Assembly GOP urge limitations on ‘Raise the Age’ diversions
Assemblymember Mary Beth Walsh wants New York to change how it determines if minors facing criminal charges go to family court.
Access to child care hinges on investment in industry workforce
Record state investments in child care in 2022 haven't necessarily translated into more New Yorkers accessing care.
New Yorkers weigh in on key budget sticking points
Siena College Research Institute asked New Yorkers how they feel about key issues being debated in budget negotiations.
Crime, bail and the 2022 data set for New York
We assess the criminal justice landscape in New York by digging into crime data from 2022.
Higher education budget debate revolves around tuition costs
Assembly Higher Education Committee Chair Pat Fahy weighs in on the higher education portion of budget negotiations.
Ed Cox returns to lead New York Republicans
Ed Cox is back at the helm of the New York Republican Party after effectively getting pushed aside following the 2018 elections.
State commission promoting historical contributions of African Americans
State Secretary of State Robert Rodriguez discusses how to highlight 400 years of historical contributions by black people.
Investing in accessible homes
New York could save money on institutional care if it invested more in creating accessible homes for older New Yorkers.
State policymakers urged to prioritize Lake George Park Commission
Lake George Association President Eric Siy urges state policymakers to invest resources into the Lake George Park Commission.