As New York emerges from the worst pandemic in a century, its citizens face a new threat to their lives and economic well-being — the danger that their leaders will fail to learn from the past year’s painful experience. One lesson above all de Read More
As New York emerges from the worst pandemic in a century, its citizens face a new threat to their lives and economic well-being – the danger that their leaders will fail to learn from a painful experience. Read More
Governor Cuomo held a press conference at Grand Central Terminal today to announce completion of construction work on the $11 billion East Side Access project, which for the first time will provide direct Long Island Railroad (LIRR) service to and fr Read More
The state share of Medicaid spending is projected to jump 22 percent under the recently approved state budget, an unusually steep one-year jump for what is already one of New York's biggest expenditures. Read More
Private-sector employment in New York increased faster than the nationwide recovery rate in the month of April, according to The April count of private-sector employment was estimated at 7.4 million jobs, up slight Read More
New York's spending on public elementary and secondary education reached $25,139 per pupil during the 2018-19 school year, once again surpassing all states in . The Empire State's public schools spent 91 percent more than the nati Read More
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