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Kathy Hochul

  1. politics
    Adams and Hochul Plead With the Feds to Let Migrants WorkGovernor Hochul and Mayor Adams are calling on the federal government to ease policies to allow asylum seekers to look for work.
  2. getting around
    We’re Another Step Closer to Congestion PricingThe Federal Highway Administration has given the plan its blessing, even if New Jersey politicians are crying.
  3. politics
    New York May Become the First State to Ban Gas in New BuildingsAs part of Albany’s new budget agreement, all newly constructed buildings would have to produce zero-emissions, barring oil and natural gas.
  4. politics
    Hochul’s Top Political Adviser Lives in ColoradoThe New York Times notes that Adam Sullivan, Hochul’s former campaign manager, advised the governor against running a crime-focused ad.
  5. early and often
    The Many Enemies of Affordable HousingNew York has lost the opportunity to build more and protect tenants. Blaming Kathy Hochul is only a start.
  6. the city politic
    How Did New Chief Judge Rowan Wilson Succeed Where Hector LaSalle Failed?The answer is complicated — but at least part of the story involves partisanship and New York State’s redistricting nightmare.
  7. the suburbs
    Long Island NIMBYs May Be Winning Housing FightLawmakers fighting for the “right to a suburban quality of life” could weaken Hochul’s density plan.
  8. the city politic
    Kathy Hochul Is on the Brink of 3 Wars With Her Own PartyNew York’s governor claims she’s not looking for fights, but various state Democrats are signaling she’ll get them anyway.
  9. early and often
    State Senate Deals Governor Hochul a Major EmbarrassmentHector LaSalle, Hochul’s embattled chief judge nominee, was voted down in resounding fashion.
  10. the city politic
    Hector LaSalle Deserves a Proper VoteThe New York State Senate, overreaching in a larger political game, has been trying to avoid giving the nominee for chief judge his due.
  11. scene report
    Partying With the New YIMBYs on the BlockThe data bros, jaded brokers, and occasional lefty ready to build, baby, build.
  12. politics
    There’s Another Push to Change New York’s Bail ReformsGovernor Kathy Hochul reaffirmed her intent to give judges more discretion in setting bail during her budget presentation Wednesday.
  13. neighborhoods
    Does New York’s Chinatown Really Need an Arch?Hochul has granted the money to build one, but younger residents ask whether the money would be better spent on other community needs.
  14. cityscape
    ‘Use That Time As a Meditation Time’: The MTA’s New, Very Long EscalatorTen stories down into the new Grand Central Madison terminal.
  15. early and often
    Hochul’s Job-Approval Rating Bounces BackA Siena College poll showed Governor Kathy Hochul with a 56 percent approval rating, her highest yet in the survey.
  16. just asking questions
    A Democrat Fears Hochul Is Threatening a ‘Constitutional Crisis’Senator Brad Hoylman-Sigal on the Hector LaSalle debacle and Hochul’s threat to Albany.
  17. early and often
    Democrats Defeat Kathy Hochul’s Pick to Be New York’s Top JudgeHector LaSalle was undone by allegations he was more conservative than the governor let on.
  18. the city politic
    The Railroading of Kathy Hochul’s Chief-Judge PickJustice Hector LaSalle isn’t getting a fair hearing in Albany — or in the media.
  19. early and often
    Kathy Hochul Just Picked the Toughest Fight in PoliticsAffordable housing means shattering the suburban consensus.
  20. big tech
    Do You Have the Right to Repair Your Phone?A movement taking on the likes of Apple is winning a major battle for consumers.
  21. q&a
    The Would-Be Salt Kings of New York CityTalking to Joe Bucci Jr. and Joe Bucci Sr.
  22. hotels
    Did New York Miss Its Moment To Turn Hotels Into Housing?“It’s hard to look at the timing of these programs and say that it was treated as an emergency.”
  23. street view
    Can the Hochul-Adams New New York Actually Happen?The Hochul-Adams mission statement is big on sweeping ideas — and way short on explaining how any of this happens.
  24. cryptocurrency
    Is New York’s Crypto-Mining Moratorium the Start of a Trend?The two-year ban is the first of its kind, possibly not the last.
  25. look book
    The Look Book Goes to Kathy Hochul’s Election Night PartyThe governor and fellow New York Democrats hosted a crowd of hundreds at Capitale as the midterm results came in.
  26. early and often
    New York Does Not Have a Democratic PartyThe midterms show the statewide organization is worse than ineffective; it is practically nonexistent when it comes to electing candidates.
  27. the city politic
    New Yorkers Rejected the Doom and Gloom About CrimeMidterm voters did not accept the premise that crime is an all-consuming battle that New York is losing.
  28. early and often
    How Zeldin’s Loss Is Making New York’s Republican Party Ambitious Again“The lesson we are all taking from this is, Wow, we could really pull this off.”
  29. 2022 midterms
    What Neighborhoods Went for Lee Zeldin?A micro-breakdown of Tuesday night’s results.
  30. 2022 midterms
    Republicans Actually Had an Excellent Night in New YorkLee Zeldin lost, but he helped his party win major victories around the state.
  31. early and often
    Kathy Hochul Beats Back a Serious Challenge From Lee ZeldinThe governor’s race became surprisingly close after the Republican assailed her on crime and made inroads in the suburbs.
  32. operators
    Ron Lauder Likes Lee Zeldin Because He’s Afraid to Ride the SubwayAnd definitely not because he’s mad about a Hamptons wind-farm cable.
  33. early and often
    How Hochul and Zeldin Stand ApartFrom crime to housing to congestion pricing, here’s what New Yorkers need to know about how the gubernatorial candidates differ on the issues.
  34. street fights
    There’s a Campaign-Sign War Happening in BrooklynAccording to at least three people.
  35. early and often
    The Democratic Fight Over Bail Reform That’s Hurting HochulSuburban lawmakers warned bail reform was toxic. Albany leaders wouldn’t budge. Lee Zeldin has reaped the rewards.
  36. early and often
    Kathy Hochul and Lee Zeldin Spar Over Crime, Trump, and the Buffalo BillsHighlights from the New York gubernatorial debate.
  37. early and often
    With Zeldin Catching Up, Hochul Goes Hard on CrimeAfter dismissing a poll showing a close race thanks to public-safety concerns, her campaign is going on offense.
  38. early and often
    Lee Zeldin Gains on Kathy Hochul and May Be Cutting Into Her BaseTwo new polls show the governor’s race tightening, with one suggesting Zeldin has unusual support in New York City.
  39. getting around
    The MTA Says You Can Officially Wear Your Mask Weird NowThere’s a sign and everything.
  40. developing
    ‘They’re Destroying an Artists’ Block’: Locals on the Vornado Penn Station PlanA furrier, a circus school, and other shops on the big changes coming to their block.
  41. early and often
    Representative Lee Zeldin Attacked Onstage During Campaign SpeechThe attacker said “You’re done” as he tried to stab Zeldin, the Republican running for governor of New York. Zeldin was unharmed.
  42. urban fauna
    All These Sharks Is Actually Good NewsA shark expert explains.
  43. legend of zeldin
    Zeldin: Gee, Where Did These 13K Duplicate Signatures Come From?The Republican candidate for New York governor was denied an additional ballot line after election administrators found 12,868 photocopied signatures.
  44. early and often
    Liberals Have the Chance to Reshape a Conservative High Court (Not That One)New York’s most powerful judge is stepping down, and Democrats can rectify Cuomo-era mistakes.
  45. the city politic
    New York’s Primaries Were Decided by Politics As UsualDespite national upheaval, the turnout and results remained distinctly normal.
  46. getting around
    How California Got ‘Relief at the Pump’ RightLawmakers realized it’s not just about drivers.
  47. early and often
    Does Lee Zeldin Stand a Chance Against Kathy Hochul?It’s shaping up to be a good year for Republicans nationally, but that may only go so far in New York.
  48. politics
    Antonio Delgado Fends Off Challenge From Ana María ArchilaThe lieutenant governor wins the Democratic nomination for a full term, after a last-minute threat from a progressive endorsed by AOC.
  49. party report
    The Year REBNY Tried to Get CoolAnd the real power players left early.
  50. politics
    New Yorkers Really Don’t Like Adams, Hochul Because of CrimeA new poll shows fear of crime has skyrocketed and sent both Democrats’ approval ratings into a crater.
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