Andrew Cuomo

Andrew Cuomo

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Don't expect Manhattan tolls to ease traffic or fix the subways

"Congestion pricing" is supposed to ease traffic and raise enough funds to fix the subways, but it's becoming increasingly clear: It'll do neither. Take, for example, Gov. Andrew Cuomo'…
New York Post New York Post

If Cuomo's parole board can free terrorist Judith Clark, it'll free anyone

The decision Wednesday by Gov. Andrew Cuomo's Parole Board to set free onetime domestic terrorist Judith Clark decades ahead of schedule makes it painfully clear: There's just no limit to...
The Hollywood Reporter The Hollywood Reporter

How a New York Law Prevents Hollywood Stars From Hiding Real Estate

No more concealing the identities behind limited liability corporations. The state's governor, Andrew Cuomo, wants to know who is purchasing what despite "workarounds": "Luxury real estate is an attractive punching...
New York Post New York Post

Cuomo leads the way on charters — now Dems need to follow suit

Kudos to Gov. Andrew Cuomo, who on Sunday called on the state Legislature to lift the harmful and arbitrary cap on the number of charter schools in New York City....
NY Daily News NY Daily News

Gov. Cuomo enjoys slight tax cut thanks to GOP overhaul he says is harming New York

Gov. Andrew Cuomo and Deputy Gov. Kathy Hochul are pictured at John Jay College of Criminal Justice Gerald Lynch Theater in New York in February. (Lev Radin/Sipa USA via AP
New York Post New York Post

Cuomo rips Twitter as 'elitist bulletin board,' says he doesn't check it

ALBANY — Gov. Andrew Cuomo — who has two Twitter accounts with more than 863,000 followers — called the popular social media site an "elitist bulletin board" Tuesday and said...
New York Post New York Post

Why the road to pot legalization is proving so rocky

Gov. Andrew Cuomo says he's confident the Legislature will legalize marijuana by June, but it actually looks pretty dicey — because the issues are far less clear-cut than they once...
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