By Suzanne Barlyn (Reuters) - New regulations proposed by New York Governor Andrew Cuomo on Tuesday would require banks operating in the state to adopt rigorous measures to prevent money laundering and the financing of terrorist groups. Show More Summary
New York will add $200 million to its effort to end AIDS by 2020, Governor Andrew Cuomo announced yesterday. The new funds would go towards helping people living with HIV to maintain housing through expanded affordable housing opportunities and rental assistance, as well as enhance services at "one-stop" STD clinics in New York City. Show More Summary
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo is seeking an additional $200 million in state funding for housing and health care programs for people living with HIV and AIDS.
Today, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced the next phase of the state’s plan to End the AIDS Epidemic, committing an additional $200 million to support HIV & AIDS efforts. “New York was once the epicenter of the AIDS crisis – but now we are showing the nation how to fight back and make this epidemic a thing of the past,” Gov. Show More Summary
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo plans to seek $200 million in additional funding for HIV and AIDS services, including housing and health care, according to the NY Daily News: The funding, which will be sought in next year’s state budget, would r… Read The post NY Governor Andrew Cuomo to Seek Additional $200M in HIV and AIDS Funding appeared first on Towleroad.
Like everyone who pays attention, I was pretty amazed to read in the NY Times that Governor Andrew Cuomo is looking to tamp down his teacher evaluation mandate. After all, hadn't he said that the new system, the one he backed and pushed, was "baloney?" He was clearly upset that not enough public school teachers had been badly rated and fired. Show More Summary
Governor Andrew Cuomo and Mayor Bill de Blasio are getting into the Thanksgiving spirit this week by doing what they do best — complaining about each other even though they are obligated to pretend they like each other since they can't avoid seeing each other a few times every year.... More »
Governor Andrew Cuomo is reportedly planning to order state regulators to mandate that 50% of all electricity in New York come from renewable sources. Two nuclear power plants will probably be shut down at some point, so the electricity...Show More Summary
Late yesterday, Governor Andrew Cuomo vetoed a bill to expand the program to allow commuters that live far from the city center to take two buses and a subway all for one MetroCard swipe. It was overwhelmingly passed in the state Legislature in June. The measure was intended to help... More »
As New York City has showing off its terrorist response skills—the NYPD's bigger-than-ever counterterrorism unit; an active shooter drill attended by the U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security—Governor Cuomo wants to remind New YorkersShow More Summary
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo yesterday announced that the state is supporting a mobile app allowing people to report suspicious activity, reports the NY Daily News. The See Send app, available on both iOS and Android, allows users to send either a text note or a photo. The app […] will allow people to send a […]
New York state is understandably more anxious than ever about terrorist threats, and it's hoping that some mobile technology will bolster its defenses. Governor Cuomo has launched a campaign that encourages New Yorkers to use See Something, Send Something, a smartphone app that helps you report suspicious activity to officials. Show More Summary
Recently, New York's Governor Cuomo announced he will establish a mandatory $15 minimum wage for all state workers. New York has one of the largest income gaps in the nation, so it's particularly meaningful that this is the first time a governor has increased mandatory pay to at least $15 for its public employees. Show More Summary
Additional counterterrorism efforts have been implemented in the US state of New York in the wake of the Paris terrorist attacks, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo’s office announced in a statement on Monday.
Governor Cuomo has vetoed State legislation that would have instated a second free transfer for commuters who have to take two buses and a train to get to work, doubling the customary single free transfer within two hours of the initial swipe. Show More Summary
VDOT Rolls Out I-395 HOT Lanes Expansion Plan, Wins Key Backers Governor Cuomo's Scofflaw Crackdown Gains Traction NY City Comptroller Takes on Rental Car Companies and E-ZPass Fees MA Lawmaker Gets...
Pretending to throw a tennis ball to an excited and increasingly confused dog is amusing and more than a little cruel. When Governor Cuomo performs the same trick on The New York Times about his transformation into a Progressive, it's time for the Paper of Record to get a new bullshit detector. [ more › ]
This week Indiana Governor Mike Pence told two refugee families set to come into his state they're not welcome. CNN's Chris Cuomo confronted him over that this afternoon.
New York and New Jersey Chapters scored a major victory along with dozens of environmental and energy groups when NY Governor Andrew Cuomo rejected the Port Ambrose Liquid Natural Gas facility off of Long Island.
Though embroiled in a long-term conflict with Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo of New York, Mayor Bill de Blasio has now embraced a feud with the New Jersey governor.