The “Dream Act” as Cuomo calls it, will allow certain dreamers to attend SUNY (State University of New York) or CUNY (City University of New York) with absolutely no out of pocket tuition costs.
On Tuesday, the U.S. House of Representatives Judiciary Committee is scheduled to mark up Republican John Faso’s H.R. 3088, the Infrastructure Expansion Act. The legislation targets New York’s so-called “Scaffold Law,” which imposes absolute liability for property owners and contractors for injuries sustained by workers.
As women continue to put pressure on federal, state and local governments to help propel their agenda forward, women have decided to take a different approach to accomplishing this goal. Rather than trying to force an agenda through a male-dominated government, women have a better chance of making a difference if they hold just as [...]
Over the past few decades, multiple policies and reforms were put into action, but some argue that they have only made the situation worse for everyone
A new speaker has been elected to the New York City Council.
The current tax bills, being considered in Washington, pose a major threat to New York non-profits, as well as many New Yorkers in general.
It’s time to give back
Nationally, the 2017 election is being called a blue wave. Here in New York, it is more like a two-level pool. On the shallow end, near-record low turnout in New York City where tepid enthusiasm for winner Bill de Blasio kept voters out of the water.
Voters have the power to change the constitution. A power that is conveniently available to us every 20 years.
Payroll drops in September end a nearly 7-year streak of continuous in Job gains, but economists caution that the drop is likely representing the short-term consequences of bad weather, not a long-term shift in the job market.