Calls From Harlem United And More For DOH To Repeal Medicaid Drug Carve Out Intensify

Opposition continues to grow over the Department of Health’s Medicaid drug carve-out plan as more community health groups join the Save New York’s Safety Net coalition. Continue Reading →

Albany: Senate Majority Announces Statewide Higher Education Hearings (Live Stream)

The Senate Majority today announced that the Senate Standing Committee on Higher Education will hold a series of public hearings across the state to discuss the cost of public higher education.

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Statement From Mayor de Blasio On Historic Albany Rent Regulation Bills From Harlem To Hollis

Today Mayor Bill de Blasio announced:

“Tenants have pounded on Albany’s door for decades for the protections they deserve. We’ve stood with them, fought for them tooth-and-nail, and now the wait is finally over. Continue Reading →

Contractors And Small Businesses Warn Their Higher Rent Proposals Will Put Them Out Of Work

Taxpayers for an Affordable New York, a coalition of building owners and contractors, today from Harlem to Hollis rallied in Brooklyn to warn lawmakers that their rent proposals will put small business owners out of work. Continue Reading →


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