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.
Senate Dems prioritize housing vouchers, rent relief and ‘Good Cause’
State Sen. Brian Kavanagh, a Manhattan Democrat, discusses the housing initiatives being championed by the Senate majority.
And then there were three budget proposals
We dive into the one-house budget resolutions and consider their impact on the state solar system.
New York’s missed opportunities to fight child poverty
Robin Hood's Jason Cone outlines what state policymakers should do in the budget to combat child poverty in New York.
Lawmaker targets scams on dating apps
Assemblymember Clyde Vanel, a Queens Democrat, is looking to prevent New Yorkers from being victimized on dating apps.
Senate’s high-tech leader wants to fortify state’s digital defenses
Senate Internet & Technology Committee Chair Kristen Gonzalez discusses a top priority for her committee in 2023.
Curbing New York’s building fire fatalities
Assemblymember Ken Zebrowski discusses policies that could potentially reduce building fire fatalities in New York.
New York’s massive Medicaid population costing state and health care providers
Empire Center for Public Policy's Bill Hammond makes the case for policies that transition New Yorkers off of Medicaid.
School athletic trainers back professional standardization
The New York State Athletic Trainers Association is continuing to lobby Albany for a licensing process in the state.
Senate Agriculture Chair Michelle Hinchey talks budget
Senate Agriculture Committee Chair Michelle Hinchey calls for increased investment in farming research and preservation.