Amal Tlaige, NEWS10 ABC

Amal Tlaige


Contact Amal

Discover and connect with journalists and influencers around the world, save time on email research, monitor the news, and more.

Start free trial

  • Unknown
  • NEWS10 ABC

Past articles by Amal:

Bill could give tax exemptions when buying fire safety products

– Experts say there are around 164 fire related deaths every year in the state of New York. That’s why some are fighting for legislation that could make it easier for us to purchase fire safety products. Whether it’s fire extinguishers or smoke detectors, these safety products come with a price tag. → Read More

Home health aides want higher wages

– Experts say nearly one million New Yorkers will require home care by 2035. It’s estimated that 90% of those working as home care workers are women. But advocates say they’re underpaid and underappreciated. → Read More

Congress reviews train regulations post Ohio derailments

Two recent train derailments in Ohio, both involving the same rail company has many in the area and New York concerned for their safety. Lawmakers are now taking a closer look at railroad laws. → Read More

Judge rules unvaxxed court workers to be back paid

During the pandemic, many New Yorkers lost their jobs for refusing to take the COVID vaccine. But a recent decision made by an Administrative Law Judges could get court workers rehired. → Read More

Bill could end harmful chemicals from entering NY waters

– New legislation could prohibit radioactive chemicals from being disposed into state waters. The bill was created when an energy technology company by the name of Holtec announced their plans of releasing radioactive water into the Hudson River before fall. → Read More

Acting Chief Judge delivers State of Our Judiciary Address

As the Court of Appeals awaits a new Chief Judge nomination, all things are business as usual. Acting Chief Judge, Anthony Cannataro delivered the 2023 State of Our Judiciary Address. → Read More

Legislation could expand abortion pill providers

The abortion pill can be taken up to 10 weeks into a pregnancy according to the FDA. The proposed legislation would allow pharmacists to provide non-patient specific prescriptions, broadening → Read More

Medical marijuana being denied to some probationers

It’s been almost 10 years since medical marijuana has been approved for medicinal reasons, but some New Yorkers on probation are still facing issues being allowed to use their prescriptions. → Read More

Some say tobacco flavor ban proposal could impact minorities

The Governor’s proposal to increase the cigarette tax and ban flavored tobacco is receiving some opposition. Some are saying the proposal would disproportionately affect African Americans and other minorities, who smoke menthol cigarettes at higher rates according to a study by the CDC. → Read More

New Yorkers discuss pros & cons of Medical Aid in Dying

The controversial Medical Aid in Dying Act has been proposed once again this year. The legislation would allow those with a terminal illness to request medication that allows them to die peacefully, but some are asking that the eligibility for those who can acquire the prescription be expanded. → Read More

Experts say cyberbullying has worsened

Experts say physical bullying has decreased but cyberbullying has become more frequent in today’s youth. Our Capitol Correspondent Amal Tlaige spoke with an expert about a recent high profile bullying incident and what we can do to prevent and intervene. → Read More

ATV enthusiasts could see changes in age requirement

New legislation could raise the age requirement for ATV drivers from ten-years old to 14. In New York, you do not need a driver’s license to operate an ATV. → Read More

Experts review education in NYS budget proposal

In her budget presentation, Governor Hochul announced a $3.1 billion investment in education. Education experts tell our Capitol Correspondent Amal Tlaige they’re happy to see the state fully fund foundation aid. → Read More

NY Senate GOP responds to Hochul’s budget proposal

GOP lawmakers have found some issues in the Governor’s $227 billion budget proposal. They say it could worsen the affordability crisis in New York causing more people to leave. From 2021 to 2022, 180,000 people left New York State. → Read More

Proposed legislation could change new hire contract

New legislation could void what’s known as training reimbursement agreement provisions (TRAP) signed by new hires. Our Capitol Correspondent, Amal Tlaige spoke with one woman who was employed at an eyelash extension salon for a short period of time and is now being served a lawsuit to pay up for training she says, she never received. → Read More

NY addressing two issues in Biden’s State of the Union

In part of his State of the Union Address, President Biden pointed to two issues that must be addressed: affordability and protecting children online. Here in New York, legislation has been introduced to alleviate both. → Read More

Hochul proposes expanding film tax credit program

We could see more movies and shows being filmed right here in New York. During her budget presentation, the Governor proposed expanding the film tax credit program. → Read More

Push for universal child care in NY

On Tuesday at the Capitol, advocates and lawmakers said the child care infrastructure is in crisis with many parents struggling to access affordable and quality care. That’s why they’re pushing for the Children and Families Reinvestment Act. → Read More

Those on probation denied medical marijuana

It’s been almost ten years since medical marijuana has been approved for medicinal reasons, but not everyone is able to use the drug even when it’s prescribed to them. Garcia said the main problem is that when people are denied medical marijuana they are more likely to use opioids. → Read More

Diabetes medication shortage explained

Recently, patients with diabetes have been experiencing a shortage with their medications ever since the drugs have become more popular for those looking to shed some pounds. Some celebrities have lost a substantial amount of weight rather quickly recently, but only one has openly admitted to using medication to lose weight. → Read More