Keshia Clukey, Bloomberg Government

Keshia Clukey

Bloomberg Government

Albany, NY, United States

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Past:
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  • Big Law Business
  • POLITICO
  • Capital New York
  • Stamford Advocate

Recent articles by Keshia:

Here’s Where Statehouse Power Could Be Reversed on Election Day

Abortion access could change in Arizona and Michigan. Tax cuts could get to governors’ desks in Minnesota and Maine. Universal mail-in ballot laws could be upended in Nevada. → Read More

Two New York Primaries ‘Confusing,’ to Cost Up to $120 Million

New York is on course to hold primaries in both June and August, potentially doubling the cost to taxpayers, after the state’s highest court ordered the Republican-hindering congressional and state Senate maps redrawn. → Read More

New York Lawmakers Move to Ban Pesticides at Summer Camps

New York would be the first in the nation to ban the use of pesticides at children’s summer camps under legislation passed by state lawmakers on Thursday. → Read More

New York Lawmakers Move to Ban Pesticides at Summer Camps

New York would be the first in the nation to ban the use of pesticides at children’s summer camps under legislation passed by state lawmakers on Thursday. → Read More

Cop Disciplinary Records Would be Public Under New York Bill (1)

Police disciplinary records in New York would be made public under a bill the state Legislature passed on Tuesday. → Read More

New York State Lawmakers OK Email Requests For Absentee Ballots

New York state lawmakers on Thursday voted to temporarily make it easier for voters to obtain absentee ballots. → Read More

Coronavirus Adds to Health Risks of Ailing 9/11 Responders

Michael Hollander has prostate cancer, thymus cancer, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, asthma, and has had a piece of his heart removed — all linked to his emergency medical response to the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001. → Read More

States And Cities Scramble Amid Virus `Chaos’ In Washington

Faster unemployment benefits were instituted Monday in at least three states, and San Francisco announced it will help private employers pay sick leave as governors and mayors moved to blunt the impact of paychecks lost because of the new coronavirus. → Read More

N.Y. Bar Association Calls for Mental Health Question Ban

The New York State Bar Association wants the state court system to remove all questions about mental health history from the bar application. The association’s House of Delegates voted Nov. 2 in Albany to adopt a report from a working group of attorneys recommending the step. “The hard truth is that stigma around mental illness remains a significant barrier to treatment within the legal… → Read More

Education Department, Regents file complaint over SUNY charter teacher certification

State officials claim new teacher certification rules violate education law. → Read More

Ed groups question Cuomo's school-level allocation plan

The proposal is a win for state Senate Republicans. → Read More

Cuomo condemns 'trickle-down' education funding

It’s unclear how the governor's rhetoric will be implemented in his executive budget. → Read More

Johnson brings new energy to SUNY's challenges

Johnson’s proposals and priorities set a different tone compared with her predecessor, Nancy Zimpher. → Read More

Coalition of education groups calls for $2B increase in school aid

The governor’s office last month released new figures showing a gap of about $4.4 billion for the fiscal year beginning April 1. → Read More

Cuomo administration criticizes report on private college enrollment

The report highlights 'steep' enrollment declines from fall 2016 to 2017 at private and independent institutions. → Read More

Report: Excelsior scholarship may be hurting private college enrollment

Private college presidents said they’ve lost students to public institutions, presumably because they learned they were eligible for the scholarship. → Read More

Hochul says Hoyt sexual harassment probe is ongoing

The lieutenant governor said the culture of harassment must change. → Read More

Merryl Tisch is back, will have say in how charter schools certify teachers

Tisch is now taking part in the debate over the certification of charter school teachers as a member of the SUNY Charter Schools Committee. → Read More

Merryl Tisch is back, will have say in how charter schools certify teachers

Tisch is now taking part in the debate over the certification of charter school teachers as a member of the SUNY Charter Schools Committee. → Read More

Students at private colleges still awaiting word on Enhanced Tuition Award

Schools that opted into the program are working to verify the eligibility of each applicant, a process that may take several more weeks. → Read More