‘Building safe and healthy communities with clean air, clean water, good-paying jobs and access to nature must be the focus of our state’s climate plans. The $3 billion Environmental Bond Act can help pave the way.’
Gov. Andrew Cuomo is facing allegations of sexual harassment as well as heavy criticism for his administration’s handling of the COVID-19 crisis in nursing homes.
Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie said Thursday that he was authorizing the Judiciary Committee to probe the multiple allegations against the governor.
The Empire Center’s Bill Hammond told the Max & Murphy Show that the controversy over death data and nursing-home policy reflects deeper questions about decisions made in the disaster’s early days.
The lieutenant governor joined the show three times in 2018, defining her role and discussing her politics.
‘Cuomo is proposing cuts to two vital funding streams that have worked for years to keep New York’s children safe…It is irresponsible and immoral.’
Jay Jacobs says he believes the women who have come forward to accuse Gov. Cuomo of misconduct but wants the investigation to play out. But one Democratic senator suggests Cuomo has already lost his ability to govern.
“While Cuomo’s plan acknowledges the social equity imperative of legalization, it allocates only $100 million in tax grants to communities most harmed. That’s a step – but it’s not enough.”
As grocery workers and restaurant staff got the shot, nonprofit food providers wondered when their workers will get protected. The answer came on March 1: soon.
Campaigns are reacting to a second woman coming forward to accuse the governor of sexual misconduct.