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Toppling Statues, and Prisons InformationSteven Zeidman -- July 14, 2020 . One Essential, Concrete Step to Redress Environmental Racism in the South Bronx InformationJoanna Underwood -- July 14, 2020 . The Covid Crisis Has Made It Additionally Clear: It’s Time to End School Admissions Screens in New York City InformationBrandon St. Luce -- July 13, 2020 . How E-Scooters Will Keep New York City Running During the Pandemic and Beyond InformationWilliam Henderson -- July 12, 2020 . It’s Time for New York City to Build More Beaches, Including in Manhattan InformationKim Moscaritolo -- July 12, 2020 . Prioritize Schools - New Yorkers Demand a Real Plan for Our Students and Our City InformationJustin Krebs, Cateia Rembert, Megan Butler, Sara Thompson, et al -- July 10, 2020 . My Dream was to Become a Cop; Then Things Changed InformationJerel Pena Duran -- July 09, 2020 . ‘Real’ Unemployment in New York City is as High as 25%, with 1 Million Out of Labor Force Due to Pandemic InformationJim Brennan -- July 09, 2020 . We Were Proud to Vote for Police Reforms, Now It’s Time for Prison Reform InformationCarmen De La Rosa & Gustavo Rivera -- July 08, 2020 . New York City Needs a Chief Diversity Officer Now InformationScott Stringer -- July 07, 2020 . Governor Cuomo: Stop Scapegoating Nursing Home Workers and Making Excuses for Your Deadly Decisions InformationBobbie Sackman -- July 07, 2020 . Getting New York City's Events Industry Up and Running Again InformationArthur Backal -- July 06, 2020 . Cash Homebuyers Threaten Covid Recovery and Deepen Racial Wealth Gap InformationLeo Goldberg -- July 06, 2020 . New York Got Federal Money to Address Extreme Heat; Now’s The Time To Use It InformationGustavo Rivera & Andrew Hevesi -- July 05, 2020 . Deconstructing the #DefundNYPD Clash with City Council Members of Color InformationAndrew J. Padilla -- July 05, 2020 . Compelled to Act: An Unprecedented Leap Into Presidential Politics InformationRandy Mastro -- July 01, 2020 . Citizens Union Speakers Governor, Legislature Must Take CUNY Cuts Off The Table InformationMiranda Genao -- June 30, 2020 . Opinion New York Must Better Plan Decommissioning of Nuclear Power Plants; A Bill Awaiting Passage in Albany Does Just That InformationManna Jo Greene -- June 29, 2020 . Covid Laid Bare Systemic Disparities. Our City Must Make Bold Changes for an Equitable Recovery InformationEric L. Adams -- June 29, 2020 . Make My School and All Others Police-Free InformationAkeria Adams -- June 28, 2020 . New York City Can Rebuild Through This Budget Crisis – Here’s How InformationHelen Rosenthal -- June 28, 2020 . With Green Participatory Budgeting, Racial Justice and Climate Justice Go Hand in Hand InformationNikhil Kumar -- June 27, 2020 . With Distributed Absentee Ballots Vastly Outnumbering In-Person Vote, Impact of Mail-In Ballots Could Be Dramatic InformationJim Brennan -- June 27, 2020 . We Must Stay True to Our Values and Avoid Devastation in a Painful City Budget Process InformationJumaane Williams -- June 27, 2020 . City Threatens to Exacerbate Affordable Housing Crisis for New York Seniors InformationJolie Milstein, Allison Nickerson & Karen Haycox -- June 26, 2020 . Defund the DOC, Invest in Supportive Housing InformationDr. Alethea Taylor & Julio Medina -- June 26, 2020 . With Mass Evictions and Real Estate Speculation Looming, City and State Leaders Must Give Communities Opportunity to Own Their Own Land InformationCarlina Rivera & Deyanira Del Río -- June 26, 2020 . Defund the NYPD and Save Black and Brown Lives by Reforming Mental Health Crisis Response InformationCal Hedigan, Jim Mutton, Matt Kudish & Ruth Lowenkron -- June 25, 2020 . How We Must Reinvent New York City Education After Coronavirus InformationJohanna Garcia -- June 25, 2020 . 2020 Primaries: Winds of Change Shifting Latino Politics in New York City InformationEli Valentin -- June 25, 2020 . Reimagine Education in New York – Without Segregation InformationElaine Gross -- June 24, 2020 . NYCHA Tenant Leaders: Where Amazon Never Arrived, New Opportunity Arises InformationCarol Wilkins, April Simpson-Taylor, Claudia Coger & Annie Cotton-Morris -- June 24, 2020 . City Budget Crisis Threatens Lifeline for Day Laborers and Immigrant Workers InformationManuel Castro & Robert C. Smith -- June 23, 2020 . Why New York City Must Put Educators and Counselors, Not Cops, in Charge of School Discipline InformationAndrea Gabor -- June 23, 2020 . Pride and Ending the HIV Epidemic in New York This Year InformationDoug Wirth -- June 22, 2020 . Ensuring the COVID-19 Response Prioritizes the Needs of Vulnerable New Yorkers InformationMsgr. 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Life and Death at the Stroke of the Governor's Pen InformationSteven Zeidman -- June 16, 2020 . New Yorkers Must Break Free From Our Stockholm Syndrome InformationDevin Balkind -- June 15, 2020 . What It's Like to Have a Child Arrested for Peacefully Protesting the NYPD InformationGeorge Emilio Sanchez -- June 15, 2020 . Surveillance and the City: Contact Tracing, the NYPD’s Newest Spy Tool? InformationAlbert Fox Cahn -- June 14, 2020 . At NYCHA, Home is No Safe Harbor - But It Must Be InformationYuh-Line Niou -- June 12, 2020 . The Necessity of New York City Budget Justice InformationLeo Ferguson & Anthonine Pierre -- June 11, 2020 . Remove the NYPD from the Enforcement of Streets and Sidewalks InformationMark Winston Griffith & Danny Harris -- June 10, 2020 . Coronavirus Ravaged New York's Budget and Made Your Census Participation More Important Than Ever InformationScott Short -- June 09, 2020 . Ensuring Domestic Violence Survivors Have the Resources They Need InformationMicah Horwitz -- June 08, 2020 . Democratic Voters are Electing Presidential Delegates; Here’s How It Works and What It Means InformationBen Yee -- June 07, 2020 . Encouraging Trends to Embrace for Path Forward at City’s Specialized High Schools InformationLarry Cary -- June 07, 2020 . Hurricane Season Could Delay COVID-19 Recovery: Here's How We Prepare InformationJulie Tighe -- June 04, 2020 . The Time Has Come to Repeal Section 50-A of New York’s Civil Rights Law InformationFrederick Schaffer -- June 04, 2020 . Citizens Union Speakers Good News and Bad News on the State of Homelessness in New York City InformationRobert Mascali -- June 03, 2020 . Opinion 3 Potential Outcomes SCOTUS Might Reach on DACA InformationCesar Vargas -- June 02, 2020 . As Courts Reopen, Threat of ICE Returns: State Lawmakers Must Protect Our Neighbors InformationMizue Aizeki & Rosa Cohen-Cruz -- June 02, 2020 . Trump Continues His Assault on Independent Oversight and Rule of Law InformationArnold Kriss -- June 01, 2020 . I Survived COVID-19; It Proved the Queens Hospital Crisis InformationCosta Constantinides -- June 01, 2020 . NYCHA in the Time of COVID-19 and Beyond InformationWilfredo Florentino & Althea Stevens -- May 31, 2020 . De Blasio’s Empty Words: The Mayor’s Long-Running Failure to Ensure Police Accountability InformationKesi Foster -- May 31, 2020 . In Our Covid Recovery, A Return to Humanity InformationMarc Molinaro -- May 30, 2020 . The Case for Touchless Interface Technologies in a Post-COVID-19 World InformationDon Erickson -- May 28, 2020 . Building a Financial Foundation for Our Children’s Future on 529 Day InformationDebra-Ellen Glickstein & Lorelei Salas -- May 28, 2020 . Infrastructure Investment Can Restart the Economy, But Prioritize Fixing What We Have InformationJonathan Bowles & Eli Dvorkin -- May 28, 2020 . City Fiscal Crisis is an Opportunity to Reimagine Failing Programs, Like Organics Recycling InformationRobert Lange -- May 27, 2020 . With No Relief from Washington in Sight and Billions in Budget Cuts Looming, What Can New York State Do? InformationJim Brennan -- May 26, 2020 . Drones with Hacksaws: Climate Consequences of Shutting Indian Point Can't Be Brushed Aside InformationCharles Komanoff -- May 26, 2020 . Enough Talk, Time to Give FDNY EMS Their Due InformationCorey Johnson & I. Daneek Miller -- May 26, 2020 . Voting in a Pandemic: How New York, and New Yorkers, Must Lead the Way InformationBetsy Gotbaum -- May 26, 2020 . Citizens Union Speakers Keep Subways Closed Overnight to Expedite System Modernization InformationCarol Kellermann -- May 25, 2020 . Opinion To Avert Massive Housing Crisis, We Need a Government Solution for Property Owners and Renters; Here’s a Roadmap InformationFrancis Greenburger -- May 25, 2020 . Human Services Workers are Essential Workers: It’s Time for the City to Treat Us That Way InformationChinese-American Planning Council; Greenwich House Northern Manhattan Improvement Corporation; Stanley Isaacs Neighborhood Center; Womankind; et al -- May 25, 2020 . New York’s Next Step Toward More Justice and Better Democracy InformationZellnor Myrie & Leroy Comrie -- May 24, 2020 . As Coronavirus Overwhelms Funeral Homes, New York Must Act to Allow Alternatives to Traditional Burials InformationTremaine Wright -- May 24, 2020 . Lessons from Two Plagues InformationDavid Sandman -- May 21, 2020 . No to Austerity, Yes to Efficiency and Fairness: Getting Our Budget Priorities Straight for a Strong Post-COVID New York InformationAndrew Gounardes & Justin Brannan -- May 21, 2020 . To Prepare for Future Crises and Recover from This One, Bring the Supply Chain Back to the United States InformationAdem Bunkeddeko -- May 21, 2020 . A CLEAR Path Forward on Emergency Preparedness InformationNick Roloson -- May 20, 2020 . It’s Actually the Perfect Time for City Government to Invest in Housing InformationTed Houghton -- May 20, 2020 . Coronavirus, Climate Change and Coming Together Amid Catastrophe InformationLisa Tyson -- May 19, 2020 . Key Constitutional Obstacles to Efficient Reopening of New York Courts InformationMichael Cardozo -- May 19, 2020 . Citizens Union Speakers As Construction Sites Reopen, Access to Safety Training Must Too InformationDavid Meade -- May 18, 2020 . Opinion Underappreciated and Underserved, Immigrant New Yorkers Need the City to Step Up InformationCarlos Menchaca -- May 18, 2020 . What New York City Voters Need to Know About the June Primary Elections InformationWayne Ho, Betsy Gotbaum, Ester Fuchs, Edward Cuesta, et al -- May 18, 2020 . Let’s Thank All Caregivers, Not Just the Most Visible InformationJ. Phillip Thompson & Judith Salerno -- May 17, 2020 . A Bad Deal at the Municipal Credit Union InformationDaniel Dromm -- May 17, 2020 . From the Front Lines: A Respiratory Therapist’s Plea for the Next COVID-19 Package InformationAllison Trubett -- May 14, 2020 . Carbon Free Is How We Build Back From COVID-19 InformationLynn Meyer -- May 13, 2020 . Surveillance and the City: Public Trust Needed for a Public Tracing System InformationAlbert Fox Cahn -- May 13, 2020 . Governor Cuomo Owes Subway Riders and Homeless New Yorkers A Housing Plan InformationDanny Pearlstein & Giselle Routhier -- May 12, 2020 . New York City Must Keep and Expand Organics Collection, It’s an Essential Service InformationGale Brewer & Antonio Reynoso -- May 12, 2020 . Coronavirus Shows Just How Much the Census Counts InformationJeffrey Wice -- May 11, 2020 . To Reopen Schools, The Mayor Needs Smaller Classes - Here’s $570 Million in Potential Department of Education Savings to Get Him Started InformationLeonie Haimson -- May 11, 2020 . Opening Up New York’s COVID-19 Data Can Save Lives InformationJohn Kaehny & Noel Hidalgo -- May 10, 2020 . Coronavirus Crisis Again Shows New York Must Ensure Long-Term Support of Grassroots Emergency-Response Groups InformationCarlina Rivera & Thomas Yu -- May 10, 2020 . Solving the School Nurse Crisis Before Schools Reopen InformationKim Watkins -- May 07, 2020 . How is New York City Going to Safely Open Its Many Overcrowded Schools, Like Mine? InformationArthur Goldstein -- May 06, 2020 . Policing During a Pandemic: The Mayor Must Alter City's Approach InformationBob Gangi, Luke Messina, Marzian Alam & Mikaela Berry -- May 06, 2020 . Not a Novel Crisis at CUNY InformationMatt Brim -- May 05, 2020 . Expand ‘Right to Counsel’ to Protect Our Families and Small Businesses from Homelessness and Financial Ruin InformationShaun Abreu -- May 05, 2020 . Mayor De Blasio: Restore Funding to Summer Youth Employment for Teens Who Need It, Like Me InformationKarleny Ramos -- May 04, 2020 . Cuomo v. De Blasio: Who Has the Last Word on Reopening New York City? InformationRandy Mastro -- May 04, 2020 . Citizens Union Speakers Healing the New York Region with Coordinated Planning InformationChris Jones -- May 03, 2020 . Opinion Protect Democracy with Vote-by-Mail and Online Registration InformationAmy Loprest -- May 03, 2020 . Aid to States is Important, But Next Federal Stimulus Must Truly Spark a People’s Recovery InformationRicky Silver & Michael Kink -- April 30, 2020 . Renters are Facing an Unprecedented Emergency; We Need a Federal Answer, Not a Rent Strike InformationJolie Milstein -- April 30, 2020 . The Pandemic Preys Upon Pollution’s Victims and Shows the Power Path Ahead InformationPramilla Malick & Jim Hansen -- April 29, 2020 . Ferries Will Play an Even More Important Role in the Pandemic’s Aftermath InformationThomas Grech -- April 29, 2020 . The Governor’s Clemency Negligence InformationSteven Zeidman -- April 28, 2020 . The ‘Wartime Budget’ New York City Needs InformationCarol Kellermann & Norman Steisel -- April 28, 2020 . Cuomo's Density Dodge: Pandemics Aren’t Anti-City, Failure to Act Early Is InformationAaron Carr -- April 27, 2020 . Addressing New York City’s Public Hygiene Crisis is a Coronavirus Recovery Must InformationNicholas Dagen Bloom -- April 26, 2020 . While Trump Debases Federal Inspector General System, New York City’s Remains a Model InformationArnold Kriss -- April 23, 2020 . Mayor's Recipe to Combat Hunger Missing Key Ingredient: Healthfulness InformationEric L. Adams -- April 23, 2020 . The State Legislature Claims To Be Co-Equal, So Why Is It Letting The Governor Block Popular Solitary Confinement Restrictions InformationVictor Pate -- April 22, 2020 . The Coronavirus Crisis Reinforces the Climate Emergency, Our City Budget Must Recognize That InformationAntonio Reynoso -- April 22, 2020 . On #EarthDay50, The Answer to Two Existential Crises is Staring Us in the Face InformationDaniel Zarrilli -- April 21, 2020 . Persistent Themes and New Projects as Earth Day Hits 50 in New York InformationPeter Iwanowicz -- April 21, 2020 . Now More Than Ever: Abolish The City Marshal InformationDuncan Bryer -- April 20, 2020 . Sirens and Suffering: Rethinking the Soundtrack of the Coronavirus Crisis InformationJulia Vitullo-Martin -- April 20, 2020 . Letter to the Editor: Coronavirus Not Relevant to Needed Closure of Indian Point InformationRichard Webster -- April 17, 2020 . When Homeless New Yorkers are Safe, We’ll All Be Safer; The Mayor Must Use 30,000 Hotel Rooms Now InformationPeter Malvan & Josh Dean -- April 16, 2020 . Lessons from the Pandemic: Coronavirus Crashes a New York City History Course InformationJoseph P. Viteritti -- April 16, 2020 . State Budget Includes Extensive Cutbacks But We Don’t Know What They Are Yet InformationJim Brennan -- April 15, 2020 . Fighting Climate Change and Offering Good Green Jobs: New York City Must Save Its Recycling and Organics Composting Programs InformationJustin Wood -- April 15, 2020 . Coronavirus Widens Digital Divide, But Creates Opportunity to Finally Bring All Into 21st Century InformationStan Altman -- April 14, 2020 . The Coronavirus Crisis Must Open Our Eyes to the Flaws of the New New York InformationRobert Mascali -- April 14, 2020 . Surveillance and The City: A New York Dictatorship? InformationAlbert Fox Cahn -- April 13, 2020 . Coronavirus Tests New York City Schools InformationDavid C. Bloomfield -- April 13, 2020 . Where Governor Cuomo is Turning a Blind Eye to Coronavirus Spread and Must Take Life-Saving Action Now InformationKhalil Cumberbatch & Topeka Sam -- April 12, 2020 . Upstate Summer Camps for City Kids: Start Planning Now InformationNicholas Dagen Bloom -- April 12, 2020 . Legalization of Paid Surrogacy Will Benefit Many in New York InformationEric Wrubel -- April 09, 2020 . Privilege Trumps Priority in Black and Brown Communities, Again InformationDonovan Richards -- April 09, 2020 . Coronavirus Threatens to Perpetuate Generational Inequality, Leaving Young People Behind Yet Again InformationKevin Stump -- April 08, 2020 . Next Steps to Ensure Voter Access Amid Coronavirus InformationBen Kallos & Jarret Berg -- April 08, 2020 . The Coronavirus is Contributing to Environmental Unconsciousness, But Could Set the Stage for a Just Transition InformationIlana Cohen -- April 07, 2020 . Governor Cuomo: Act Now to Protect New York City Electric Grid Amid Coronavirus Threat InformationGary Krellenstein, Philip Kahn, Keith Schue, Dietmar Detering, Keith Rodan, Isuru Seneviratne, Leonard Rodberg, & Herschel Specter -- April 06, 2020 . Coronavirus Crisis Worsens Challenges Faced by Women and Reaffirms Need to Elect More Women to Office InformationSara Lind, Amelia Adams, Yvette Buckner, et al -- April 05, 2020 . Bail Reform Rollbacks are a Dangerous Failing of Moral Courage InformationTiffany Cabán -- April 02, 2020 . The $2.1 Trillion Coronavirus Relief Bill - What’s In, What’s Not, What’s Next? InformationDerek Thomas & Gaurav Gupta-Casele -- April 01, 2020 . The City is Committed to Protecting Your Privacy During the Coronavirus Crisis InformationLaura Negrón -- April 01, 2020 . As Thousands of New Yorkers Face Illness and Death, the Governor Must Suspend Two-Witness Rule for Wills and Other Key Documents InformationJoe Rosenberg -- April 01, 2020 . To Save Our Safety Net, Continue the Regional Coronavirus Approach InformationBrad Lander -- April 01, 2020 . Amid Coronavirus Crisis and Beyond, Equal Justice for All, Including U.S. Senators InformationAlvin Bragg -- March 31, 2020 . It’s More Important Than Ever for the City to Take Care of Those Who Care for the Most Vulnerable New Yorkers InformationHelen Rosenthal -- March 31, 2020 . Expanding Construction Prevailing Wage Mandates Would Worsen Our Economic Crisis InformationKyle Strober & Mitch Pally -- March 30, 2020 . How to Craft the Bare Bones State Budget New York Needs InformationCarol Kellermann -- March 30, 2020 . Shut Down the Subway – and Fix It InformationPatrick Farrell -- March 29, 2020 . State Budget Negotiations are Focused on the Wrong Priorities; We Need an Emergency Coronavirus Package InformationRobert Carroll -- March 29, 2020 . Coronavirus Crisis Presents Opportunity for the City to Finally Step Up for Struggling Taxi Drivers InformationZahid Biviji & Mihir Dange -- March 27, 2020 . Prevailing Wage is Economic Stimulus - New York Should Expand It Now InformationFred Kotler -- March 27, 2020 . Looking Ahead to a New New York InformationVishaan Chakrabarti -- March 26, 2020 . Elected Leaders Must Do Everything They Can to Limit Coronavirus Spread Among the Most Vulnerable — Including Shrinking Incarcerated Populations and No Bail Rollback InformationMark Winston Griffith -- March 26, 2020 . After Years of Community Organizing, Nonprofits Now Get Much-Needed Relief from Dangerous Tax Lien Sale InformationMara Kravitz -- March 26, 2020 . Coronavirus Laid Bare the Gap in Health Care Coverage for NY and NJ Airport Workers; Let’s Close It Right Away InformationKyle Bragg -- March 26, 2020 . Lessons from 9/11: A Needed Piece of the Coronavirus Recovery Plan InformationCarol Kellermann -- March 25, 2020 . Our Patients Need Medically-Appropriate Shelter, During Coronavirus Outbreak and Always InformationDrs. Ramsdell, Levine, Patel, Eisenberg, Kolbe, Lan, Cutler, Scales, & Willis -- March 25, 2020 . Medical Cannabis Gave Me My Life Back; The Program Should Be Expanded to Help Even More People InformationAlison Dixon -- March 24, 2020 . The Coronavirus Crisis Demands a Federal Emergency Housing Response InformationRachel Fee -- March 23, 2020 . Open City Streets to Promote Social Distancing and Public Health InformationBilly Freeland & Philip Solomon -- March 22, 2020 . New York Mass Transit System on Verge of Going Broke, Needs Bailout Quickly InformationJim Brennan -- March 21, 2020 . Rolling Back Bail Reform Amid Coronavirus Outbreak Would Be Additionally Irresponsible InformationSochie Nnaemeka -- March 20, 2020 . Coronavirus Crisis Spotlights Importance of Food Delivery Workers and Need to Legalize Their E-Bikes InformationCarlos Menchaca & Margaret Chin -- March 19, 2020 . New for New York City: What Solidarity Looks Like Amid Coronavirus Outbreak InformationBenjamin Heller -- March 19, 2020 . Environmental Justice, Clean Energy, and the Truth about Indian Point InformationDuncan Bryer -- March 18, 2020 . Passage of Federal Families First Coronavirus Response Act a Key Step; Here’s What Must Come Next InformationDerek Thomas -- March 18, 2020 . New York City Must Act Immediately to Strengthen Our Nonprofit Social Safety Net InformationBrad Lander -- March 17, 2020 . The Families First Coronavirus Response Act is a Critical First Step the Senate Must Pass InformationDerek Thomas -- March 17, 2020 . Health and Housing are Inextricably Linked; My Patients Need Home Stability Support InformationDr. Amanda Ramsdell -- March 16, 2020 . Renewable Delusion: Let's be Real About Power Production in New York InformationLeonard Rodberg -- March 16, 2020 . Take It from Someone Who Connects People Socially: Now’s The Time for Social Distancing InformationJustin Krebs -- March 12, 2020 . New York Must Halt Evictions Amid Coronavirus Pandemic InformationJason Wu -- March 12, 2020 . Surveillance and the City: Cuomo’s Coronavirus Coup InformationAlbert Fox Cahn -- March 12, 2020 . Don’t Let Them Win - Muslim New Yorkers Must Participate in the 2020 Census InformationAhsia Badi -- March 11, 2020 . We Want a Ferry for Coney Island, But Not Like This InformationCharles Denson -- March 11, 2020 . What’s Really Behind Efforts to Reform Bail Reform? A Familiar Theme InformationSteven Zeidman -- March 10, 2020 . A State Budget Necessity: Start-Up Funds for New Campaign Finance Program InformationMonifa Bandele -- March 10, 2020 . Bail and Other Misguided Laws Started with Loss of Republican Senate InformationSteve Levy -- March 09, 2020 . Do Homeless Lives Matter to the De Blasio Administration and City Council? InformationRobert Mascali -- March 09, 2020 . A Cruel Surrogacy Proposal That New York Must Reject InformationAmanda Rice -- March 08, 2020 . New York Has Already Moved Beyond Indian Point Nuclear Power; Here’s Where We’re Headed InformationRichard Webster -- March 06, 2020 . Letter to the Editor: Cuomo’s Climate Plan Isn’t Serious, But Nuclear Still Isn’t the Answer InformationAdam Koranyi -- March 05, 2020 . Coronavirus In Our City: New York Must Mobilize Resources and Avoid Scapegoating InformationDr. Henry Chen -- March 05, 2020 . Coronavirus, Criminal Justice and Civil Liberties InformationJanos Marton -- March 05, 2020 . Fare Evasion Shouldn’t Be a Crime; Neither Should Putting Your Feet Up on the Subway InformationSamuel Rubinstein -- March 03, 2020 . To Have Truly People-Powered Campaigns, We Need Democracy Vouchers InformationZephyr Teachout & Adem Bunkeddeko -- March 02, 2020 . Is Cuomo Serious About Addressing Climate Change? Indian Point Decision Says No InformationLeonard Rodberg & Herschel Specter -- March 01, 2020 . Lessons for the New York Primary from Sanders’ Nevada Blowout InformationLalo Montoya & Deborah Axt -- February 28, 2020 . Let's Legalize Surrogacy In New York The Right Way InformationLiz Krueger -- February 27, 2020 . Far Too Many Classrooms are Overcrowded, It’s Time for City Leaders to Act InformationLeonie Haimson -- February 27, 2020 . Attorney General Disrupts Progress on Taxi Loan Crisis InformationCarol Kellermann -- February 27, 2020 . With Marijuana Back on the Agenda, It's Time New York Lawmakers Get Serious About Social Equity InformationNatalie Papillion -- February 26, 2020 . Health Care Reform New York Should Tackle Now: A Rational Payment System InformationChris McNickle -- February 26, 2020 . Cruising is a City Problem Bigger Than For-Hire Vehicles, Deserving a Complete Policy Response InformationNick Zaiac -- February 25, 2020 . A Renewed Appreciation for Freedom, and for Serving My Community InformationAlec Brook-Krasny -- February 25, 2020 . New York Needs to Invest in the Catskills for the Good of the Whole State InformationJeff Senterman -- February 24, 2020 . To Protect New Yorkers’ Health, New Patient Protection Laws Must be Enforced InformationStacey Worthy -- February 20, 2020 . Why We Need a Comprehensive City Plan Now InformationBenjamin Heller -- February 19, 2020 . 5 Steps to Properly Combat Housing Discrimination in New York InformationElaine Gross & Fred Freiberg -- February 18, 2020 . King Saga Shows Need to Bring Real Ethics Reform to the City Council InformationBrandon West -- February 18, 2020 . Colossal Failures by New York Budget Division Bring Turmoil and Danger to Medicaid Program InformationJim Brennan -- February 16, 2020 . Lessons from Amazon 'HQ2': Corporate Tax Incentives and Affordable Housing Need to be a Package Deal InformationBrittany Muscato -- February 13, 2020 . Judicial Discretion Isn’t a Fix for Bail Reform; Bail Reform was the Answer to Judicial Discretion InformationSteven Zeidman -- February 13, 2020 . The Amazon Delivery We Still Need: Invest in Public Infrastructure, Not Corporate Welfare InformationPeter Harrison -- February 13, 2020 . Surveillance and the City: Tracked Until Proven Innocent? InformationAlbert Fox Cahn -- February 12, 2020 . New York’s Wrongly Open Skies InformationJulia Vitullo-Martin -- February 11, 2020 . Will the MTA Really Turn Its Back on Disabled New Yorkers Yet Again? InformationGian Carlo Pedulla -- February 11, 2020 . In Presidential Campaign, Progressive Democrats’ Death Penalty Stances Fall Short InformationJose Saldana -- February 10, 2020 . Empowering Communities to Investigate Potentially Toxic Development InformationGrace Lee -- February 09, 2020 . Cuomo’s Cannabis Bill Locks Out Farmers and Preserves Illegal Market in New York InformationAndi Novick -- February 06, 2020 . Campaign Finance Reform is Good, Term Limits and Outside Income Cap Must Come Next InformationCameron Koffman -- February 06, 2020 . Investing in 5G is Crucial for Ensuring High Quality Education for New York Students InformationAndrew Rasiej -- February 05, 2020 . The Fundamental Right to Art and Culture for All InformationIndira Etwaroo -- February 04, 2020 . Investing in New York City’s Future InformationDanny Dromm, Costa Constantinides, Francisco Moya & Jimmy Van Bramer -- February 04, 2020 . Letter to the Editor: Raising Revenue for Medicaid and More InformationCarolyn Kelly -- February 03, 2020 . The Mayor’s Savings Mirage InformationCarol Kellermann -- February 03, 2020 . The Medicaid Solution No One Is Talking About InformationLeslie Danks Burke -- February 02, 2020 . No Matter Trump’s Agenda, Refugees Remain Welcome in New York City InformationBitta Mostofi -- January 31, 2020 . Special Flushing Waterfront District: A Massive Giveaway? InformationTarry Hum -- January 30, 2020 . Byford’s Gone and So's His Job; What's Next? InformationRachael Fauss & John Kaehny -- January 30, 2020 . As Cuomo Proposes Excelsior Scholarship Expansion, 6 Things to Know About the Program InformationEric Neutuch -- January 29, 2020 . We Deserve The Right To Be Forgotten InformationJustin Brannan -- January 28, 2020 . Changing Brooklyn Politics One Block at a Time InformationMichele Kaufman -- January 27, 2020 . Time for Public Power for New York InformationRobert Carroll & Aaron Eisenberg -- January 26, 2020 . Is the MTA’s Plan to Redesign the Queens Bus System an Improvement? InformationAllan Rosen -- January 23, 2020 . Minding the Medicaid Gap InformationGerald Benjamin -- January 23, 2020 . Surveillance and the City: Cuomo's Camera-On-Every-Corner Boondoggle InformationAlbert Fox Cahn -- January 21, 2020 . Following Our Faith, Marshaling Our Resources to Solve Homelessness in New York City InformationEric Rosenbaum -- January 20, 2020 . The Social Value of Bail Reform InformationMichael Blake & Elizabeth Gaynes -- January 16, 2020 . 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As We Fight for Further Decarceration and More Community Investment, the Plan to Close Rikers Must Move Ahead InformationVidal Guzmán -- September 04, 2019 . Why It’s Time to Re-think Bloomberg Era Gifted & Talented Programming in New York City InformationAmy Stuart Wells & NeQuan C. McLean -- September 03, 2019 . Closing Rikers: We Must Do Better Than The Current Plan InformationJanos Marton -- September 03, 2019 . The State’s $7 Billion MTA IOU Comes Due InformationJim Brennan -- August 29, 2019 . Planned Massive New Jail Will Spark Chinatown Health Crisis InformationEric Dillenberger & Jan Lee -- August 28, 2019 . Addressing the Growing Problem of Senior Homelessness InformationPaul Freitag -- August 27, 2019 . Depraved Indifference and Second Look Sentencing InformationSteven Zeidman -- August 26, 2019 . Seeing Healthcare Through a New Lens InformationDavid Heath -- August 25, 2019 . 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Seize the Albany Opportunity to Do More for NYCHA InformationDanny Barber -- June 16, 2019 . For the Earth's Sake, Enforce Bus Lanes with Cameras InformationDanny Pearlstein -- June 16, 2019 . The MTA is Fiscally Exhausted InformationRachael Fauss & John Kaehny -- June 13, 2019 . As HRA Announces Closure of Another Food Stamp Center, Research Finds Excessive Wait-Times InformationKiana Davis, Isabel Hellman, Craig Hughes, Khadija Hussain & Helen Strom -- June 12, 2019 . When Owners Neglect Buildings and Don’t Pay Taxes, Tenants Suffer – The City Can Help InformationLouise Carroll -- June 12, 2019 . For Bail Reform to Work Invest in Communities, Not Prosecutors InformationNick Malinowski -- June 11, 2019 . The Fading Promise of Property Tax Reform InformationCarol Kellermann -- June 11, 2019 . For Racial Justice, Cuomo and Legislative Leaders Must Pass Marijuana Legalization InformationL. Joy Williams -- June 10, 2019 . 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State Lawmakers Must Help Launch a New Era of NYPD Transparency and Accountability InformationAntonio Reynoso & Lisa Schreibersdorf -- May 22, 2019 . Reorganizing the MTA with a Transparent, Public Process InformationRachael Fauss -- May 21, 2019 . Restoring Access to Driver’s Licenses Will Make New York Roads Safer InformationPhil Ramos -- May 20, 2019 . The Next Battleground in the Fight to Close the Rikers Island Jails InformationJonathan Lippman & Greg Berman -- May 20, 2019 . As Public School Parent Leaders, We Say Don’t Raise the Charter Cap InformationNeQuan McLean & Shino Tanikawa -- May 19, 2019 . Pass the Off Fossil Fuels Act, New York’s Strongest Climate Change Bill InformationMark Dunlea -- May 16, 2019 . 'Blow Up the MTA'? Not Yet InformationCarol Kellermann -- May 16, 2019 . We Can Help Thousands More Residents of Affordable Housing Register to Vote InformationJolie Milstein -- May 15, 2019 . 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We Can't Let Trump Reverse Years of Improved School Food Policy InformationDavid Lundquist -- April 25, 2019 . Advancing Efforts to Hire People with Disabilities Across New York's Economy InformationJustin Brannan & Victor Calise -- April 24, 2019 . Say No to Faulty Voting Machines and the Conflicts of Interest That Come with Them InformationJonathan Westin -- April 23, 2019 . We Must Seize Today’s Path to Actually Closing Rikers; It May Not Be Here Tomorrow InformationCorey Johnson & Jonathan Lippman -- April 22, 2019 . How to Separate District Attorney Candidates All Claiming to be Progressive InformationSteven Zeidman -- April 21, 2019 . Battles Over the MTA’s Long-Term Planning are About to Really Heat Up InformationPhilip Plotch -- April 17, 2019 . As Early Childhood Educators Consider Strike, New York City Must Achieve Pay Parity InformationMark Treyger & Stephen Levin -- April 16, 2019 . City Council Fire Department Proposals Don't Match Need for Reform InformationCarol Kellermann -- April 16, 2019 . New York City Should Have a Comprehensive Plan InformationJohn West -- April 15, 2019 . Take Down Cuomo’s Creeping Cameras InformationAlbert Fox Cahn -- April 15, 2019 . The Devilish Details of Albany’s MTA Budget Package InformationRachael Fauss -- April 14, 2019 . Federal Tax Reform is Shaking Up New York’s Finances But Flow of Bank Settlement Money is Bailing Out the State Budget InformationJim Brennan -- April 11, 2019 . How to Make New York’s New Criminal Justice Reforms Really Work InformationAdam Mansky -- April 10, 2019 . The Power to Prevent New Infections is In Our Hands InformationEric Adams -- April 09, 2019 . Industry City and the Police Power of Zoning InformationTarry Hum -- April 09, 2019 .