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Debate Over Historic Rent Freeze Heats Up
The rent guidelines board has sway over the rents of about one million New York City apartments that house about two million tenants. Find out who is on the board and how its process works.
This Week in New York Politics
Our guide of what to look for this week in New York City and in Albany.
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Tivoli Towers Residents Resist Orders to Move to Smaller Apartments (DNAinfo)
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Charter Critics Switch Focus to Transparency (Capital)
Who Could Replace Duffy As Lieutenant Governor? (Capital)
Majority of City Unions Vote to Support Health Care Proposal (WSJ)
Federal Prosecutors Subpoena Moreland Members' Communications (NY Times)
St. Luke's Preschool Set to Close (DNAinfo)
SUNY Ends Negotiations With Top LICH Bidder (Crain's)
Tenants Could See Rent Freeze After Vote (Daily News)
State Senate Democrats Push Ethics Package (Daily News)
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