Legislators Rally To Crack Down On Price Gouging After NY Declares “State Of Emergency” Due To COVID-19

Days after the Governor declared a State of Emergency in New York due to the spread of COVID-19 electeds take stand on price gouging from Harlem to the Hudson. Continue Reading →

Harlem To The Hudson A State Of Emergency Declared As Coronavirus Cases Spread

More than 30 new coronavirus cases have been reported in the state of New York in the last 24 hours. Continue Reading →

What You Need To Know About Coronavirus From Harlem To The Hudson, Harlem Rep. Espaillat

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The respiratory disease caused by coronavirus, first detected in Wuhan City, Hubei Province, China, has now been detected in 50 locations internationally. Continue Reading →

Plastic Bag Banned From Harlem To The Hudson: What You Need To Know

A statewide ban on plastic bags means grocery stores, food establishments and other New York businesses must stop using them from March 1, 2020 — and in New York City consumers will also be charged 5 cents for every paper bag they use. Continue Reading →

NY Senate Subscribes To Bill To Help New Yorkers Cancel Subscription-Based Services

Today, the New York State Senate voted to pass consumer protection legislation for consumers from Harlem to the Hudson sponsored by Senator Brad Hoylman (S.1475-A (Hoylman)/A.3173-A (Dinowitz). Continue Reading →

New Food Bank For NYC CEO Is Ready To Serve Communities From Harlem To The Hudson

Food Bank for New York City’s Board of Directors has selected Leslie Gordon as the organization’s new President and Chief Executive Officer. Continue Reading →

Senate Majority Takes Major Steps To Improve Education And Diversity Training From Harlem To The Hudson

The Senate Majority today passed a series of bills to improve education and diversity training across New York State. Continue Reading →


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