Over 50 New York Business And Legal Experts Issue Open Letter Opposing Antitrust Legislation

Today, over 50 business leaders and legal experts issued the following letter in opposition to the state’s proposed antitrust legislation. Continue Reading →

Attorney General James Launches Investigation Into CareCube For Wrongfully Billing New Yorkers For COVID Tests

New York Attorney General Letitia James today announced that her office has launched an investigation into CareCube. Continue Reading →

All Our Kin Welcomes NY Governor’s Commitment To Child Care, Asserts It Is ‘Not Enough’ To Solve State’s Care Crisis

In response to Gov. Kathy Hochul’s State of the State address today, Steven Morales, New York Policy Director for All Our Kin, released the following statement: Continue Reading →

Albany Legislators Can’t Repeat Redistricting Commission’s Failure To Create Fair District Maps

This morning, the New York State Independent Redistricting Commission released two sets of draft maps after failing to reach a bipartisan consensus. Continue Reading →

Salvation Army Greater NY Division Announces Thanksgiving Meals From Harlem To Hollis

COVID-19 and its ongoing impact on people living paycheck to paycheck or, worse, with no income at all, makes this holiday season bleaker than ever. Continue Reading →

New NY Legislation Regarding Meeting Mandate Minutes Signed By Gov. Hochul

Gov. Hochul today signed into law legislation that mandates public bodies to post meeting minutes online within 14 days of a meeting. Continue Reading →

NY State Land Title Association Hosts Cybersecurity Awareness Webinar With Experts, Electeds Leaders

During Cybersecurity Awareness Month, The New York State Land Title Association (NYSLTA) today held a webinar on cybersecurity, discussing best practices for data protection, securing personal information and remote work digital protection. Continue Reading →

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