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People celebrate the legalization of same-sex marriage in New York outside of Stonewall Inn in Manhattan, where the gay rights movement is considered to have started in 1969.
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The threats. The fights. The sacrifices. The behind-the-scenes story of the landmark 2011 law.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo smiles and waves in the 2015 New York City Pride.
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Gay rights advocates turned a 2009 loss in New York into a victory.
New York City Council Speaker Corey Johnson living his best life marching in Brooklyn's Pride parade.
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Recognizing New York's 100 most powerful members of the LGBTQ community.
New York Senate Majority Leader Andrea Stewart-Cousins, Sen. Liz Krueger and Sen. Michael Gianaris listen as Senate members speak in favor of legislation to change state legal standards on sexual harassment in Albany.
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Recreational marijuana may have flickered out, but it was the exception.
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The legislation would prohibit elementary and secondary schools from purchasing biometric technology until July 1, 2022.
Queens District Attorney candidate Tiffany Caban speaks with civil rights activist Tamika Mallory, following a press conference calling for an investigation into the false conviction of the Central Park Five.
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But Katz reportedly will get a late boost in the Queens district attorney race, too.

OPINION

Brownstones in New York City's Greenwich Village area.
Democratic candidates have begun proposing housing affordability plans. Here’s what they get right, get wrong, and can’t do.
Gay rights advocates turned a 2009 loss in New York into a victory.
Women should have the freedom to be surrogates, with protection from exploitation.
Activists are targeting Assembly Democrats and hoping for a district attorney upset.

POLITICS

The Stonewall Inn, site of the 1969 riots.
A timeline of key developments over the past 50 years.
The threats. The fights. The sacrifices. The behind-the-scenes story of the landmark 2011 law.

Policy

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New York City’s Office of Special Enforcement is filing a suit against 13 people and entities that the city says turned housing units in 36 buildings into illegal rentals.
Sen. Kevin Thomas’s New York Privacy Act and state Sen. Diane Savino’s Dependent Worker Act are among the bills stalled until next session.
The legislation would prohibit elementary and secondary schools from purchasing biometric technology until July 1, 2022.

PERSONALITY

New York City’s new chief technology officer, John Paul Farmer.
John Paul Farmer, New York City’s new chief technology officer, on his goals for the job.
Why the Queens district attorney race is already over.
The Senate investigations chairman wants to play hardball against the governor.
Félix Matos Rodríguez talks about his goals and making history as CUNY’s first Latino chancellor.

POWER LIST

MAGAZINE

Gov. Andrew Cuomo smiles and waves in the 2015 New York City Pride.
Gay rights advocates turned a 2009 loss in New York into a victory.
Why the Queens district attorney race is already over.
Recognizing the 100 most powerful people on Staten Island.

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