The speech remembered Mario Cuomo, and the current governor had a few lines of his own.
Scheduling snafu or straight-up steamroll? Gov. Andrew Cuomo and Mayor Bill de Blasio were both scheduled to speak in front of the New York state Democratic delegation Thursday morning in... To view the full story, click the title l...
An archival search revealed hundreds of letters to the former New York governor after the speech, lauding his intellect, passion and precise diagnosis of the nation’s ills.
N.Y. governor, a potential candidate for president himself, traveling more in second term.
When North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory signed the state’s so-called “bathroom bill” into law on March 23, 2016 it set off the predictable chain reaction of incensed outrage by liberal provocateurs within the state and social justice warriors around the country. Show More Summary
NYS Repeals Tampon Tax In May, the New York State legislature passed a bill eliminating the sales tax on feminine hygiene products. As expected, that bill was signed into law yesterday by Governor Andrew Cuomo. In the press release (here) issued by the Governor’s … Continue reading ? Feminist Law Professors
Ventilation regulations aren't what the average person associates with a safe and healthy workplace. But for nail salon workers, who are breathing in a toxic cocktail of chemicals every day on the job, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo's...Show More Summary
New York will no longer discriminate against women for having functioning ovaries. Yesterday, Governor Andrew Cuomo signed a bill to exempt tampons, pads, and other menstrual products from the state's sales tax starting on September 1.The bill unanimously passed the State Senate in April. In March, five New York City women ... More »
New York Governor Andrew M. Cuomo Thursday signed a bill, which eliminates local and State sales tax on feminine hygiene products. In May, the state’s senate voted to repeal the tax and the bill passed by an overwhelming 56-0 vote. The bill removes the four percent sales tax on tampons and other...
Last week, Albany canceled a scheduled non-conference game against Duke due to New York State’s imposed North Carolina travel ban, which was issued by Governor Andrew Cuomo as a reaction to the state’s House Bill 2. HB2, which was signed earlier this year by North Carolina Gov. Show More Summary
Yesterday's crane collapse on the Tappan Zee Bridge snarled traffic for hours and left four people with minor injuries, but the crane didn't hit any of the many cars on the bridge and no one was killed, which Governor Cuomo said yesterday is "nothing short of a miracle." An investigation is now underway to determine the exact cause of the collapse. [ more › ]
The longest bridge in New York State will remain closed to traffic pending a structural inspection after a crane collapsed on the bridge earlier on Tuesday, New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo said via Twitter.
During a speech on July 18, 2016 at theTransit Museum in Brooklyn, New York State Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced an ambitious new plan to modernize the aging New York City subway system, offering technological, environmental and communication solutions for subway cars, stations and entrances. This new plan will be funded under the $27 billion […]
New York's Governor Andrew M. Cuomo has launched design features of 1,025 new and modern subway cars for the US state’s Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA).
Remember when Governor Cuomo announced plans to close roughly 30 MTA stations for months at a time, as part of a 21st Century facelift bringing better lighting, digital signs and an overal "modernized look and feel" to the subway byShow More Summary
Just a short time ago, New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo revealed his ambitious subway plan that includes redesigned subway cars & stations. Here is more via the official press release I received: Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today unveiled the design features of 1,025 new and reimagined subway cars – including vital enhancements to the […]
It's not surprising that Governor Andrew Cuomo's "50 by 30" goal - 50 percent of New York's power will come from renewable sources by 2030 - has caused a stir among the energy cognoscenti that is now beginning to seep into the mainstream media. Show More Summary
It looks like Governor Cuomo's plan of painting targets on the backs of all teachers has not worked out as well as planned in NY State. Evidently there is a shortage, and to ease it, the geniuses in Albany are relaxing standards. Their...Show More Summary
Cuomo responded to calls to suspend the account, which is now with Campbell Ewald and was previously held by BBDO.