Newsletters

Click on the links below to read our newsletters for updates covering New York State and City Government. Publications are released every week.

This Week In New York

April 5, 2019

April 5, 2019

New York State

  • “On Time” Budget
  • Bills Passed by Both Houses

New York City

  • Mayor de Blasio Announces Expert Panel to Evaluate Reconstruction of Brooklyn-Queens Expressway

Briefs

  • State Assembly Plans Rent Regulation Hearings
  • New York Teachers are Highest Paid in U.S.
  • Comptroller Audit Reveals Inadequate Oversight of DOB Amusement Park Inspections, Highlighting Widespread Inconsistencies
  • Moody’s: Congestion Pricing Plan a “Credit Positive”
  • Vicki Been New Deputy Mayor for Housing and Economic Development

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March 29, 2019

March 29, 2019

New York State

  • Where Things Stand
  • Chapters of the Laws of 2019
  • Bills Passed by Both Houses
  • New York State Comptroller DiNapoli: Wall Street Profits Rose in 2018, But Bonuses Fell

New York City

  • Mayor de Blasio Signs Executive Order to Reduce City’s Vehicle Fleet
  • Bills Signed by the Mayor

Briefs

  • Senate & Assembly Agree to Janus-Inspired Budget Protections
  • Lawyers at Camba Legal Service Go Out on 24 Hours Strike
  • Upstate NY Casinos Cut Back on Slots
  • City Files Lawsuit Against Water-Based Billboard Company

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March 22, 2019

March 22, 2019

New York State

  • What’s In, What’s Out
  • Legislature Approves Speed Cameras in NYC & Buffalo
  • Bills Delivered to the Governor
  • Bills Passed by Both Houses

New York City

  • State Comptroller DiNapoli: NYC Budget Is Balanced but Risks Are Growing
  • NYC Looks to the State to Level the Playing Field for Minority- and Women-Owned Businesses
  • Mayor de Blasio Signs Legislation to Protect Workers in Commercial Waste Industry

Briefs

  • Legislature Approves Bill to Create Maternal Mortality Review Board
  • Sports Betting At Upstate NY Casinos Can Begin In May
  • Comptroller Stringer Calls for a Chief Diversity Officer in City Hall
  • Elected Officials and Labor Rally for Prevailing Wage
  • City Announced $2.8 Million in Funding for 175 Cultural Organizations from Metropolitan Museum Admissions Agreement

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