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The Next Two Weeks in New York Politics

Nov 23, 2014

New York City Hall What to watch for this week *and next* in New York politics: This week will be a short one for public political events, but there's quite a bit

 

New York's Part-Time Legislators Look for a Raise

Nov 19, 2014

Skelos (left), Cuomo, and Silver will determine if pay raises move (photo: @melissadderosa) New York's legislative leaders think it is far time they got a raise. They will tell anyone who

 

Looking for 411 on 311

Nov 18, 2014

Celebrating 311's birthday (photo: @nyc311) NEW YORK—The City's 311 system has become a model platform for citizens to give non-emergency complaints to their government. New Yorkers are able to voice concerns

 

City Announces Payphone Wi-Fi Deal

Nov 17, 2014

image: NYC Department of Information Technology and Telecommunications via link.nyc NEW YORK—Blazing fast wireless internet speeds. Updated digital advertising. Free phone calls to anywhere in the United States. Cell phone charging

 

Is New York Campaign Finance Reform Dead?

Nov 14, 2014

Can Silver, Cuomo, & Skelos make a campaign finance reform deal? (photo: @GannettAlbany) "Band-Aids on multiple bullet wounds" is how Governor Andrew Cuomo described public financing of political campaigns just before