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Cuomo Calls Manhattan Traffic Plan an Idea ‘Whose Time Has Come’

| August 13, 2017 | 0 Comments





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Cuomo Calls Manhattan Traffic Plan an Idea ‘Whose Time Has Come’

Comment on Race Reopens New York Democrats’ Split Over Schools

| August 12, 2017 | 0 Comments





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Daniel Loeb, a Cuomo Donor, Makes Racial Remark About Black Leader

| August 11, 2017 | 0 Comments




A major financial backer of the New York governor accused State Senator Andrea Stewart-Cousins of having done “more damage to people of color than anyone who has ever donned a hood.”

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$800 Million Subway Rescue Plan Adds Cars and Subtracts Seats

| July 25, 2017 | 0 Comments




As part of the nearly $800 million emergency rescue plan, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority has promised to repair outdated signals and overhaul trains.

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$800 Million Subway Rescue Plan Adds Cars and Subtracts Seats

De Blasio Escalates Showdown With Cuomo Over Subway

| July 25, 2017 | 0 Comments




Mayor Bill de Blasio’s administration issued its priorities for the subway rescue plan, and officials repeated that they would not pay for the fixes.

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Cuomo Declares a State of Emergency for the Subway

| June 29, 2017 | 0 Comments




Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo also pledged to direct an additional $1 billion for capital improvements on the system, which has been plagued with accidents and delays.

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Cuomo to Offer Plan to Cut College Graduates’ Debt

| January 18, 2015




Under the proposal, the state would cover two years of loan payments for graduates of New York State colleges who make less than $50,000 a year, continue to live in the state and are enrolled in a federal repayment program.

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One Last Confluence for Mario and Andrew Cuomo, Proud Rivals

| January 3, 2015




On the day of Andrew Cuomo’s inauguration for his second term as governor of New York, his father, Mario Cuomo, died, commanding the state’s attention.




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One Last Confluence for Mario and Andrew Cuomo, Proud Rivals

Top 2 Thruway Authority Executives Quit Without Warning

| January 2, 2015




The agency’s executive director, Thomas J. Madison, and its chief operating and financial officer, John M. Bryan, quit on New Year’s Eve.




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Cuomo Inaugurated for Second Term as Governor

| January 1, 2015




Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo celebrated the beginning of his next term on Thursday by promising to address concerns about the justice system and economic mobility.




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Cuomo, Using Pardon Power, Gives Pair a ‘Second Chance’

| January 1, 2015




Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo announced on Wednesday that he had pardoned two men, exercising his clemency powers for the second time since he took office in 2011.

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Cuomo’s Second Inaugural Address Is Expected to Strike National Tone

| December 31, 2014




Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo will depart from traditional practice and forgo a ceremony in Albany, instead holding a pair of events in Manhattan and Buffalo.




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Despite Veto, Sponsors of Port Authority Bill Continue Push for Reform

| December 29, 2014





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Cuomo and Christie, Defying Legislatures, Reject Bill to Overhaul Port Agency

| December 28, 2014




The bill, passed by all four houses of the New York and New Jersey Legislatures this year, would have provided a raft of new financial, ethical and administrative rules for the bistate agency.




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New York Winemakers Fight Gas Storage Plan Near Seneca Lake

| December 25, 2014




Local vintners are fighting a project under which tens of millions of gallons of liquefied petroleum gas, and up to two billion cubic feet of natural gas, would be stored in caverns near Seneca Lake.




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Citing Health Risks, Cuomo to Ban Fracking in New York State

| December 18, 2014





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Board Backs Casinos in the Catskills, Near Albany and in Central New York

| December 18, 2014





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Eyeing a Raise, Albany Lawmakers Are Negotiating Reforms With Cuomo

| December 9, 2014




A pay increase would be a first for Albany legislators since 1999, but Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo has insisted he will not approve it without “significant” new anticorruption measures.




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New York Attorney General Seeks Powers to Investigate Killings by the Police

| December 9, 2014




Eric T. Schneiderman, the New York attorney general, wants Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo to give him the authority to handle cases in the deaths of unarmed civilians.




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After Ethics Panel’s Shutdown, Loopholes Live On in Albany

| December 8, 2014




The Moreland Commission had urged elected officials to close loopholes, to increase disclosure requirements and to restrict how campaign funds could be spent. Now, eight months after its work was cut short, little in Albany has changed.




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As Temperatures Warm in Buffalo Area, Melting Snow Raises Fears of Flooding

| November 23, 2014





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News Analysis: De Blasio Still Faces Uphill Battle in Trying to Connect With Cuomo

| November 5, 2014




The tension between Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo and Mayor Bill de Blasio is not likely to change with the election results, public officials and political experts say.

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Andrew Cuomo Is Re-elected New York Governor

| November 5, 2014




Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo defeated Rob Astorino, the Westchester County executive, whom the governor had repeatedly attacked over his conservative views on social issues like abortion rights.




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In Lopsided Money Race, Cuomo Campaign Is Awash in Cash

| November 4, 2014




Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo has raised more than $45 million over the past four years, according to a research group. His opponent, Rob Astorino, had raised $4.8 million as of last month.

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In New York, New Jersey and Connecticut, Heading to the Polls After a Dejecting Campaign Season

| November 4, 2014




Even with campaigns spending millions of dollars on ads, many people said they were voting out of a sense of duty rather than excitement.

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As New York Election Looms, Cuomo and Astorino Rally Voters

| November 4, 2014




Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo, widely expected to win a second term, addressed supporters in Times Square as his challenger, Rob Astorino, campaigned at numerous events.

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A Tepid Thumbs Up Is the Best Many Can Muster for Cuomo

| November 3, 2014




Governor Andrew M. Cuomo gets strong marks for his response to the Ebola virus. But some voters are unsettled by what they view as his back-room, bullying style and by a federal investigation.

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For Man in Ebola Virus Cleanup, a History of Fraud

| November 1, 2014




Sal Pane, the chief safety officer of Bio-Recovery Corporation, which cleaned Dr. Craig Spencer’s home, was accused of mortgage fraud in 2009 by the attorney general at the time, Andrew M. Cuomo.




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For Man in Ebola Virus Cleanup, a History of Fraud

New York State Offers Protections for Medical Workers Joining Ebola Fight

| October 30, 2014




The announcement on Thursday was an effort to alleviate concerns that the state’s quarantine policy could deter health care workers from traveling to West Africa.




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Cuomo’s Role in Hurricane Sandy Inquiry Foretold Fate of His Ethics Panel

| October 30, 2014





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