New York State

Nassau County Executive Laura Curran.
It takes a lot to sway skeptical suburbanites – especially after Mangano’s fall from grace.
Personality
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A natural gas pipeline.
The fight over the controversial pipeline is heading for federal court.
Policy
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New York state Assemblyman Michael Blake.
If they lose, they’ll be out of a job, thanks to the new primary date.
News & Politics
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A pensive robot.
Andrew Yang isn’t the only New Yorker bringing automation to the presidential campaign trail.
Policy
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Protesters opposed to the creation of new borough-based jails.
Rounding up the week’s political news. 
News & Politics
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Voting
It could boost turnout, but hurt congressional and state legislative challengers.
News & Politics
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Bitcoin.
Paxos Trust Company can now launch both its gold-backed token and its new stablecoin pegged to the U.S. dollar. 
Policy
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GrubHub
A draft advisory would cap commissions of delivery services like Grubhub, but questions remain for apps and restaurants alike.
Policy
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Biometric data.
A new biometric payment system may be rolled out in Whole Foods stores next year.
Policy
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A Ford Excursion stretch SUV limousine.
Cuomo targeted the industry after the Schoharie crash, but a push for more comprehensive changes took a back seat post-budget.
Policy
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