Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie said that the public needs to be patient with the investigation his chamber’s committee has underway.
Blind devotion to a golden pyrite calf has resulted in the unceremonious emasculation of New York State’s Republican Party, writes John William Schiffbauer.
Schimminger will not report to Albany either in person or virtually when the Legislature convenes early next month, for the first time since 1977.
"Everyone wins when the democratic process is made more accessible to all," Tim Kennedy and Crystal Peoples-Stokes said.
Cheektowaga, especially, has always represented a place where Republicans can win – even though the town is heavily Democratic, blue collar, ethnic and Catholic, writes Robert J. McCarthy.
"I am incredibly humbled by the trust the people of Amherst, Williamsville and Pendleton have placed in me," McMahon said.
Something that no one would have thought to say until this year: It’s Election Day and, apparently, some Western New Yorkers haven’t voted yet.
Democrat Karen M. McMahon and Republican Robin L. Wolfgang are competing for the 146th District Assembly seat.
The state Senate unanimously approved a bill Thursday that would permanently allow for the public consumption of alcohol on Atlantic City’s Boardwalk and other tourist areas.
Openly drinking alcoholic beverages on the Atlantic City Boardwalk this summer is a temporary experiment, made legal by a city order in an effort to give bars and restaurants an economic boost during the coronavirus pandemic.
They’re called SLAPPs, and they’re an infringement on Americans’ rights to free speech.
Two thoughts occur upon reading the New York State Department of Health’s report on the deaths of nursing home residents from Covid-19:
ATLANTIC CITY — The governing body is set to vote Friday on two seemingly contradictory resolutions that support one personal vice but oppose another.