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Past articles by Corina:

Race for Governor of New York heats up

We're about a year away from New York State's 2022 gubernatorial election. But the race is already heating up as candidates continue to throw their hat in the ring. → Read More

Proposed amendment would guarantee clean air, water; farmers concerned

On this year's general election ballot, voters are asked if an amendment should be added to New York State's Constitution to "establish the right of each person to clean air and water and a healthful environment." → Read More

Meal incentives to be offered to incarcerated New Yorkers who get vaccinated

The vaccination rate among incarcerated New Yorkers is about 50 percent. And in order to boost that number, the Department of Corrections and Community Supervision is expected to offer meal incentives. → Read More

Cuomo’s attorney continues to blast AG report on sexual harassment

ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) — Former Governor Andrew Cuomo’s lawyer Rita Glavin continues to blast the August 3 sexual harassment report issued by the Attorney General’s Office. Glavin is now demanding a “truly independent” review of that report. “We are submitting to the Attorney General an application to amend, correct and supplement the August 3rd, 2021 report on the […] → Read More

Assembly holds hearing on gun safety

The rise in gun violence is an issue that’s been seen in cities across New York and the country. And, state lawmakers in Albany are weighing different solutions to tackle the problem. → Read More

Preliminary injunction granted for health care workers seeking religious exemption for vaccinations

A federal judge in Utica has dealt a blow to New York State’s health care worker vaccine mandate. He’s granted the plaintiffs, who sought a religious exemption, a preliminary injunction. → Read More

Heat bills anticipated to rise for some Upstate National Grid customers

The weather continues to get chillier. And as we crank up the thermostat, increases could be on the way for some of our heating bills. → Read More

JCOPE to probe its own approval of Cuomo book deal

New York State's Joint Commission on Public Ethics, or JCOPE, is launching a probe into its own body. The Commission will hire outside lawyers to investigate the approval of former Governor Andrew Cuomo's $5.1 million book deal. → Read More

New York State’s first public Cannabis Control Board meeting takes place

New York State's first ever public Cannabis Control Board meeting took place virtually Tuesday afternoon. The Board made up of five members is responsible for implementing the Marijuana Regulation and Taxation Act, which legalized adult use cannabis for recreational use. → Read More

NYS Democratic Party Chair personally endorses Hochul for 2022 governor’s race

New York State's Democratic Party chair has made his personal pick for the 2022 gubernatorial race. Jay Jacobs is backing Governor Kathy Hochul to continue to lead the state. → Read More

Cuomo impeachment investigation report expected ‘very soon’: NY lawmaker

ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) – A report detailing the findings of former New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s impeachment investigation will be completed “very soon,” Assembly Judiciary Committee Chair Charles Lavine said Friday. In March, the Assembly Judiciary Committee launched an impeachment investigation into then-Gov. Cuomo. Although Cuomo has since resigned, the committee said it would still produce a… → Read More

Assembly Judiciary Chair: Cuomo probe report completion expected ‘very soon’

ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) — The Assembly Judiciary Committee’s probe report on allegations leveled at former Governor Andrew Cuomo could be completed “very soon.” The Committee is looking at sexual harassment claims, but also other issues like whether he used state resources to produce his book. In March, the New York State Assembly Judiciary Committee launched an impeachment investigation […] → Read More

‘Clean water bill’ passed by NYS legislature has yet to be signed by Governor

Lawmakers and environmental advocates are pushing for the expansion of drinking water testing in New York State. A bill passed by the legislature would require "statewide testing" for 40 types of "emerging contaminants," but Gov. Kathy Hochul hasn't signed off on it, yet. → Read More

Who is incoming DOH Commissioner Mary Bassett?

Governor Kathy Hochul has named her replacement for outgoing Department of Health Commissioner Dr. Howard Zucker. She's tapped Dr. Mary T. Bassett for the job. → Read More

Assembly GOP pushes for delay in healthcare worker vaccine mandate

New York State's healthcare worker vaccine mandate is now in effect. And while Governor Kathy Hochul has a plan to mitigate staffing shortages, some say it will not immediately remedy the situation. → Read More

Monday is the deadline for health care workers to get first COVID-19 vaccine dose

Monday is the deadline for health care workers in New York State to receive their first vaccine dose. With the health care industry already dealing with staffing shortages, some are uncertain what tomorrow will look like → Read More

NYS faces multiple lawsuits for vaccine mandates

New York State is facing multiple lawsuits over its vaccine mandate for health care workers. And it comes at a time where there are already staffing shortages in the industry. → Read More

NYS Health Commissioner Howard Zucker puts in letter of resignation

After more than seven years on the job, New York State Health Commissioner Howard Zucker has put in his letter of resignation. → Read More

What constitutes a religious exemption?

A temporary restraining order has been put on New York State's health care worker vaccine mandate until October 12, and the Attorney General's Office had until 5 p.m. Wednesday to submit its opposition papers. → Read More

Senator’s tour focuses on the needs of cities outside NYC

New York City is often times the center of attention when it comes to crafting policy at the New York State Capitol. But, an initiative is underway to focus on the needs of some of the State's other large cities as well. → Read More