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New Yorkers may soon be able to make campaign contributions to political candidates via text message.
The City Council passed a bill (Intro 764-A) on Tuesday that would allow the campaigns
The New York Public Interest Research Group is calling for major reforms of Gov. Andrew Cuomo's state ethics panel in a 20-page report outlining their wishlist for the Moreland Commission
The Moreland Commission to Investigate Public Corruption will not be delivering its preliminary report on Dec. 1, as was announced when the commisison was first created by Gov. Andrew Cuomo,
The Black, Puerto Rican, Hispanic and Asian Legislative Conference unveiled its legislative priorities for 2014 on Monday, saying that it was time for Gov. Andrew Cuomo and legislators to “walk
When the 51-member City Council returns after the New Year, one of the first orders of business will be to pick, from their ranks, a speaker to preside over the
The contenders to be the next City Council speaker have been invited to a series of forums throughout the city. Here's the schedule so far (it's unclear right now who
NEW YORK — After about three days of being isolated in “the Box” away from his fellow detainees at Rikers Island, Ismael Nazario was beginning to break.
"That's when it started to
The plan to rezone East Midtown to make room for new, larger skyscrapers is dead — leaving Mayor Michael Bloomberg without one more data point to his 14-year legacy running
NEW YORK — New Yorkers may soon be able to watch any public hearing organized by the city from the electronic device of their choice.
The City Council approved a bill
Two years after Mayor Michael Bloomberg and the City Council created a commission to help make recommendations for overhauling the city’s lobbying laws, the panel’s work is beginning to yield