Category: Events

Is it time to consider potential changes to New York’s state budget-making rules? At its inaugural Governor Hugh L. Carey Policy Forum in Albany on May 30, the Empire Center will assemble leading experts with hands-on experience in the budget process to explore answers to those questions. Read More

The Empire Center for Public Policy invites you to a policy forum: NY's Cannabis Question: Debating Pros, Cons & Practicalities of Marijuana Legalization Read More

The Empire Center hosted a conference examining the New York Health Act, a proposal to create a state-run single-payer healthcare system. Videos of both panels can be viewed here. Read More

Fifty years after passage of the Taylor Law, New York State is home to the nation’s most heavily unionized state and local government workforce. But the landscape of public-sector collective bargaining could be altered by a U.S. Supreme Court rulin Read More

Manhattan’s world-famous institutions notwithstanding, New York’s hospitals collectively rate as below-average on benchmarks of quality, accessibility, efficiency and cost. What can be done to improve the Empire State’s dismal hospital perfo Read More

The Empire Center and the Manhattan Institute co-hosted a forum examining the FY2018 executive budget proposal to offer free tuition at New York State’s public colleges and universities. Read More

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