Andrea Stewart-Cousins

John Stewart attending a dedication ceremony for the new memorial glade at ground zero, for those who became sick or died after responding to the 9/11 attacks, in May.
Rounding up the week’s political news.
News & Politics
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Old NYC apartment building
Attention now turns to Cuomo days before state rent laws expire.
Policy
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Protestors gathered in the state Capitol two years ago to advocate for the CCPA, which remains stalled in the Legislature.
The Climate and Community Protection Act would set ambitious emissions goals.
Policy
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Todd Kaminsky in the Senate chambers in Albany.
The Long Island Democrat was voted the biggest winner in the state budget.
Winners & Losers
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Governor Andrew Cuomo.
Congestion pricing and bail reform made the cut, along with a public financing commission.
News & Politics
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State Sen. Alessandra Biaggi.
These young lawmakers are out to change that.
News & Politics
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Lawmakers have been vigilant about pursuing recreational marijuana legalization.
Cuomo has doubts, but lawmakers say they are not giving up.
Policy
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Former senate majority leader John Flanagan, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie, and Senate Majority Leader Andrea Stewart-Cousins.
The Assembly and state Senate are filled with leaders, but what do their titles mean?
News & Politics
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Rush hour traffic in on the Brooklyn Bridge
The governor and mayor are aligned, but a few unanswered questions remain for congestion pricing’s future.
Policy
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