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Andrew Cuomo Is So Unbelievably Happy that Hillary’s Campaign Office Is in Brooklyn

Governor Andrew Cuomo was speaking at a Brooklyn Democratic Party dinner on Thursday and seemed so very excited about Hillary Clinton's campaign office in Brooklyn. "Hillary knew what she was doing," he said, according to Capital New York, "because in many ways Brooklyn has always represented the heart and soul of... More »

Fracking New York: It's Not Over 'Till It's Over

When Governor Andrew Cuomo decided to ban fracking in New York State in December 2014, New Yorkers thought their worries were over. They were wrong. It was a great start, but too many people don't realize that the state is riddled with...Show More Summary

Lawmakers look to ‘trim the fat’ of title insurance in Big Apple

Already overwhelmed by a decade of regulator scrutiny and a complex new state licensing law, title insurance producers in New York have a slew of new regulations to grapple with. Yesterday, Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced a proposal...Show More Summary

NY Governor Cuomo Accepts Blueprint to End the AIDS Epidemic

Yesterday, members of HRC joined statewide coalition partners from across New York to watch as Governor Andrew Cuomo officially accepted the Blueprint to End the AIDS Epidemic.

Gov. Cuomo continues renewables crusade with community solar program

Governor Cuomo has been on a roll with his Reforming the Energy Vision (REV) in the state of New York, and he has announced his latest venture — a community solar program, which so far has recruited 26 campaigns to build Cuomo’s community solar effort. “Solar power is helping to save money and conserve energy […]

Governor Cuomo to Formally Put New York on Path to Ending HIV Epidemic

The LGBT Center in New York City, Governor Andrew Cuomo will put New York on the path to becoming the first state in the union to end the HIV and AIDS epidemic by 2020.

To protect migrating birds, it’s ‘lights out’ in New York

  New York State is stepping up and shutting off to protect migratory birds from light pollution. On Monday, Governor Andrew Cuomo announced that all non-essential outdoor lights at state buildings will be shut off from 11 PM until dawn. be

New York City Enacts Corporate Income Tax Conformity Package

Earlier this month, New York City enacted legislation that conforms many of the state-level corporate tax reforms signed into law by New York Governor Andrew Cuomo last year. While the City’s tax package doesn't adopt all of the state...Show More Summary

Enough with the Cuomo 2018 nonsense. The governor has thoughts and fantasies like the rest of us

Sometimes the media become fixated on a theme that is just nonsense, as happened this week with the Cuomo 2018 stories. It all began with a Daily News piece saying Attorney General Eric Schneiderman... To view the full story, click the title link.

MTA To Get Loan For Railroad Signal Safety

Late Friday afternoon, Governor Cuomo announced that the MTA would be receiving a nearly $1 billion dollar loan from the Federal Railroad Administration for LIRR & Metro-North signal safety upgrades. Here are the details: Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced that the Federal Railroad Administration has approved a loan of $967.1 million to the Metropolitan Transportation […]

Re-Claiming a Moral Profession in Unethical Times

A bitter irony unfolded in New York's budget process this year as Governor Cuomo, in his allegiance to hedge fund campaign contributors, managed to push through ethics reforms alongside an education reform package that stands as theShow More Summary

NY Gov. Cuomo Says He Likes Cuba’s Approach to Press

In Cuba their is no press freedom. The Communist country ranks #167 out of 179 countries in the annual rank of press freedom by Reporters Without Borders. There is no press freedom in Communist Cuba. Despite this, New York Governor … Continue reading ?

Merryl Wants an Extension

No, not on her mansion. Merry Tisch doesn't want to put Governor Cuomo's draconian evaluation system into effect next November, and prefers to wait until September 2016. While Cuomo's minions are spitting out objections, the delay could be a great thing. Show More Summary

Check Out The Cuomo Cuba Trip You Paid For

Governor Cuomo is in Cuba "seeking business." Has he found any yet? Let's look at some pictures from his day-and-a-half-long trip. [ more › ]

New York Gov. Cuomo Praises Cuba’s Murderous Castro as ‘Courageous’ Man who ‘Shows Leadership’

What is with Democrats who praise murderous dictators who export terrorism? This time it is New York’s Democrat Governor Andrew Cuomo who slobbered all over himself about how wonderful Cuba’s

Cuomo Brings the Chobani Gospel to Cuba — and Admires Cars and Cigars During His Visit

Governor Andrew Cuomo set off for Cuba on Monday, becoming the first American governor to visit the country since December, when President Obama and President Castro decided the two countries should make nice.  Based on photographic evidence, it appeared that Cuomo's favorite moment of the trip was when he had... More »

Smiling New York governor visits Cuba

Andrew Cuomo has become the first U.S. state governor to visit Cuba since a thaw in relations began last year.

New York Governor Announces $160 Million Investment in Clean Energy

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo of New York recently announced a $160 million investment designed to grow large scale clean energy projects statewide. As part of the State’s Reforming the Energy Vision (REV) strategy, this funding is being made available to support public-private sector partnerships in clean energy projects. Funding will be administered competitively, and proposals […]

Upbeat Cuomo Arrives in Cuba, Seeking Trade and Recalling His Father

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On the flight to Havana, the governor waxed on about his father’s relationship with Fidel Castro and spoke optimistically about future trade possibilities with Cuba.

Hear The New, Speedier Subway Announcements The MTA Is Testing Out

The MTA cannot toss Governor Cuomo or the State Legislature out on the street so they too can endure the quotidian miseries of riding an overcrowded, underfunded subway system, so the agency must improve efficiency where it can. Will speedier train announcements make for speedier customers? Maybe! Why not? Fuck it. [ more › ]

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