Senator Hoylman Announces New Legislation To Collect Data On COVID-19’s Impact On NY’s LGBTQ Community

Today, Senator Brad Hoylman announced new legislation to require New York State to collect and maintain data related to the sexual orientation and gender identity of New Yorkers diagnosed with Continue Reading →

Data Collaborative For Justice Releases New Research On Desk Appearance Tickets In NY State In 2018

Today, the Data Collaborative for Justice (DCJ) at John Jay College, with support from Arnold Ventures, released new research on Desk Appearance Tickets (DATs) for New York State in 2018.

The COVID Crisis: Health Department Rolls Out Methadone Delivery Program For NYC

The Health Department and the New York State Office of Addiction Services and Supports (OASAS) launched a program to deliver methadone to patients with COVID-19, COVID-like illness, or at high Continue Reading →

DCWP Commissioner Salas Urges New Yorkers To Use It’s Free Financial Resources

Department of Consumer and Worker Protection (DCWP) Commissioner Lorelei Salas today urged New Yorkers to access their financial empowerment resources and to get their Economic Impact Payment by direct deposit Continue Reading →

Mayor de Blasio Opens New Streets As Next Streets Used For Social Distancing From Harlem To Hollis

Mayor Bill de Blasio today announced that two more miles of streets will be opened to pedestrians and cyclists, adding to the seven miles of car-free streets opened ahead of Continue Reading →