The killing of George Floyd in Minnesota and the subsequent unrest in cities across the nation, including here in New York City, illustrate just how painful and deep the wounds Continue Reading →
New York State Senator Brian Kavanagh and Assemblymember Steven Cymbrowitz, the Chairs of the Senate and Assembly Housing Committees, today introduced amendments to their legislation to create a COVID-19 Emergency Continue Reading →
A group of 56 New York State legislators urged Governor Cuomo to prevent an imminent mass housing crisis by extending the eviction moratorium order, protecting all tenants for the duration Continue Reading →
In the past two days, the New York State Senate passed six pieces of legislation to begin to address the housing affordability crisis and other housing-related hardships brought on by Continue Reading →
It’s Thursday, April 29, 2020. At press time, TheCity.nyc’s COVID-19 tracker currently shows Manhattan has 19,837 confirmed cases and 2,110 probable deaths; New York City has 159,865 cases and 17,589 deaths.
The Senate Majority today advanced sweeping legislation improving safety by addressing code enforcement failures across the State.
The Senate Democratic Majority today advanced legislation empowering more New Yorkers to take advantage of early voting opportunities and exercise their Constitutional right to vote.
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