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Morgan McKay


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Past articles by Morgan:

Lawmaker pay raises put on hold

A judge in Albany heard the first arguments regarding the lawsuit against the state regarding the pay commission's decision to raise lawmakers salaries but also block outside income. → Read More

Gov. Cuomo pushes for permanent property tax cap

A lot of new ideas and bills have been tossed around in recent weeks, but one thing that they almost all have in common? They cost money. Governor Andrew Cuomo spoke on making the property tax cap permanent to maybe slow down some of these more expensive progressive bills. → Read More

NY lawmakers convene for 2019 Legislative Session

It's the first day of session, but lawmakers are not wasting any time. → Read More

NY lawmakers push for corruption oversight

A slew of politicians were convicted of corruption just this past year, and the need for transparency is needed now more than ever in Albany. → Read More

The road to legalizing marijuana in NY

As recreational marijuana seems to be more and more likely to be passed this year, there are a few roadblocks that must be overcome first. The biggest being, what to do about the people who have past convictions for possession. → Read More

What legal pot looks like in NY

For a governor that has called marijuana a gateway drug in the past, Governor Andrew Cuomo is now going full force ahead, mentioning again his plan to legalize marijuana. → Read More

Lawmakers sworn in for new term

In the halls of the immigration center on Ellis Island, Governor Andrew Cuomo was sworn in last night for his third term. Right before that, the attorney general, the comptroller and lieutenant governor were also sworn in. → Read More

Cuomo begins 3rd term with Ellis Island speech

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo began 2019, and his third term, with an inaugural address on Ellis Island. → Read More

Governor Cuomo signs, vetoes dozens of bills

Governor Cuomo has signed more than 60 bills, but he's also vetoed about 50 this past week. → Read More

Shutdown showdown: Impact on NY and the Judicial Branch

The U.S. Justice Department is now asking federal courts nationwide to pause moving forward in cases involving the government. → Read More

New York minimum wage going up

Nearly half of the U.S. will see a statewide minimum wage increase on January 1st. Residents in New York will see varying changes to their paycheck depending on where they live. → Read More

Breakfast with Santa raises money for retired racehorses

It’s almost Christmas and at a time when a lot of us are looking forward to unwrapping what's under the tree, one local group wants to remind us it’s also the season of giving. → Read More

Congressional impact as NY population declines

People are leaving New York faster than any other state, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. → Read More

Andrea Stewart-Cousins on new leadership role

In less than three weeks, Andrea Stewart-Cousins will become the first woman to ever lead a chamber in the New York State Legislature. → Read More

State group fighting to end opioid addiction

The largest public health emergency in a generation is what one group is calling the opioid epidemic. → Read More

Gov. Cuomo outlines proposals, initiatives he wants to accomplish next year

Governor Andrew Cuomo gave his State of the State preview on Monday, that sounded a lot more like an actual state of the state speech, just without any legislative leaders present. He highlighted justice, environmental and health bills that he hopes to pass during his first 100 days in office. → Read More

Lawsuit filed over decision to limit outside income for NY lawmakers

It's already starting, the first lawsuit was filed today against the state and the New York Comptroller Tom DiNapoli calling the pay raise for lawmakers unconstitutional. → Read More

Legal action over NY lawmaker pay raise under consideration

Legislators on both sides of the aisle are very upset over the pay commission's decision to limit outside income for lawmakers as part of their pay raise. There is talk of legal action and a possible special session. → Read More

NY Democrats outline goals for legislative year

A lot of eyes are looking to the two majority conferences this year in the state legislature since this is the first time in 10 years that Democrats will lead both houses. → Read More

Aiello sentenced in Buffalo Billion case

Around 60 people were at the federal courthouse today to support Steven Aiello, but this did little to sway the judge. Aiello was sentenced to three years in prison and given a $500,000 fine. → Read More