The self-styled labor union representing New York State Senate staffers is asking Senate Majority Leader Andrea Stewart-Cousins to forgo a secret-ballot election before letting the group speak for employees. Read More
The still-unreleased deal between the Hochul Administration and the Civil Service Employees Association (CSEA), state government’s largest group of unionized workers, would award bonuses, backpay, and guaranteed raises the next three years, documents sent to union members show. Read More
New York’s Climate Action Council has announced an extension of the comment period on the state’s draft Scoping Plan for the implementation of the Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act. Read More
Governor Hochul may be in support of the Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act’s (CLCPA) goals, but she clearly doesn’t want anyone to link her to its costs —certainly not now, with a gubernatorial prima Read More
The closing days of the legislative session could prove costly for New York health insurance consumers as lawmakers push a raft of proposals that would make coverage more expensive, harder to find, or both. Read More
The pattern of New York's Covid-era demographic shifts became a little clearer with the release this week of The "place" estimates are a follow-up to the Census Bureau's annual issued in March, which indicated that New York's population had dec Read More
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