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City on the Edge: Climate Change and New York

“Blue cities and states have much more pension fund money than red states. As the saying goes, money talks. It’s time for Comptroller Lander to put money that he manages where his mouth is. New Yorkers need him to fight for our interests at least as hard as red state politicians fight for the oil and gas corporations.”

Age Justice

En 2022, la gobernadora Kathy Hochul cedió en las negociaciones y dio luz verde a la ampliación de Medicaid para dar cobertura a los inmigrantes indocumentados mayores de 65 años. El Departamento de Salud del estado puso en marcha el programa el mes pasado después de un retraso de un año.

City on the Edge: Climate Change and New York

“This absence of unified design and management can compound inequality. Where some areas of the city have seen the lion’s share of the city’s attention, other areas have been and are in danger of continuing to be completely left behind.”


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