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Agenda 2019


Agenda 2019 


With the dust not yet settled after the 2018 elections, it is time to start looking ahead to next year. In AGENDA 2019, Gotham Gazette and City Limits are partnering to preview the key issues at hand for 2019 in New York City and State politics. Over the course of eight weeks, we will provide in-depth reporting and analysis on essential political and policy issues driving the agenda in what promises to be an intense and important year in New York, from newfound governmental power and always-interesting city-state dynamics, from saving the subways to criminal justice reform, and much more. Through reporting and opinion, radio and television, we will provide essential information and thoughtful discussion as New York heads toward a 2019 that will be full of decision-making of great magnitude.

Introduction and Overview
Agenda 2019: Major Policy Tests for State and City by Gotham Gazette & City Limits (11/9/18)

Cuomo's Third Term Agenda Takes Shape by Gotham Gazette (11/11/19)

Max & Murphy Podcast: Soon-to-be Democratic Senate Majority Leader Andrea Stewart-Cousins (11/14/18)

Week of November 12 - Criminal Justice
Agenda 2019: Eyes on Senate Democrats and 3 Key Criminal Justice Reforms by City Limits (11/12/18)

The Right to Know is Law - Will the NYPD Abide by It? opinion in Gotham Gazette (11/13/18)

More Formerly Incarcerated New Yorkers Were Able to Vote This Year, But Barriers Remain by Gotham Gazette (11/14/18)

Mayor's Commission Must Probe Link Between Over-Policing and Low Turnout opinion in City Limits (11/14/18)

Max & Murphy Podcast: Assemblymember Latrice Walker on criminal justice reform and more (11/14/18)

2019 is the Year to Totally Change Policing in New York City opinion in City Limits (11/15/18)

Queens District Attorney Race Will Center on Push for Reform by Gotham Gazette (11/16/18)

Enact Sweeping Criminal Justice Reform Responsibly opinion in Gotham Gazette (11/16/18)

For Dems Promising Criminal Justice Reform, Opposing Trump or the IDC Won't Be Enough opinion in City Limits (11/16/18)

City Must Choose Between Two Different Visions of Policing opinion in City Limits (11/16/18)

Week of November 19 - Transit

Week of November 26 - Housing

Week of December 3 - Political Reform (Voting, Campaign Finance, Government Ethics)

Week of December 10 - Health

With Full Democratic Control, Sponsors of Single-Payer Health Care Hopeful About 2019 by Gotham Gazette (11/14/18)

New York Votes for a State Senate that Trusts Women opinion in Gotham Gazette 11/16/18

Week of December 17 - Budgets

Week of December 24 - Biggest questions for the year ahead

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by Ben Max, Gotham Gazette
     

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