New York State

Voting ballot
Rounding up the week’s political news.
News & Politics
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From left to right: Gerard Fitzgerald, president of the Uniformed Firefighters Association of Greater New York, State Senate Majority Leader Andrea Stewart-Cousins, Fire Officers Association President James Lemonda.
Not every interest group can cultivate relationships so openly.
News & Politics
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Robot arms
New York now has a law mandating a task force on digital currency, as well as a panel to study artificial intelligence and robots.
Policy
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Who’s up and who’s down this week?
Winners & Losers
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Bronx City Councilman Fernando Cabrera earned activists’ ire for praising the Ugandan government’s internationally condemned anti-LGBT laws.
Challenges from the left and right loom for incumbent lawmakers.
News & Politics
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A keyboard
How much would you pay to decrypt your data?
Policy
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New York state Assemblyman Marcos Crespo attending a Somos reception hosted by City & State in 2014.
Organizers have yet to release reports outlining what got discussed at past conferences.
News & Politics
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Optimus Ride's Navy Yard shuttle service takes things slow.
The Empire State is in no hurry to embrace the cars of tomorrow.
Policy
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A 5G tower.
Chief Tech Officer John Paul Farmer and DoITT’s Michael Pastor refute criticisms the city is moving too slowly.
Personality
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Tech industry
The state technology chairs weigh in on gig workers rights, data privacy and the tech information gap in government.
Personality
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