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Cuomo has hit with a misdemeanor forcible touching charge.
Cuomo's High Line Extension Is Still Happening, Hochul Confirms
“His actions have put us in an untenable position by violating HRC’s core values, policies and mission.”
Cuomo spent decades amassing power in Albany. Now he's unemployed and evicted from the executive mansion he’s had access to for most of his life.
The governor insists the truth will come out about the attorney general's report that brought him down.
"I think many people were in a place where they felt like Carl had to choose between us and Cuomo."
One of the reasons, Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie cited, was that the Assembly Judiciary Committee Chair didn't think they had the standing to conduct the investigation.
Jay Jacobs, who called the AG's report "extremely damning and upsetting," has had multiple frank conversations with Cuomo.
The Manhattan DA is investigating at least one Manhattan incident mentioned in the NY Attorney General's report on Cuomo's misconduct. The Westchester District Attorney has also requested materials.
The 165-page document — and accompanying appendices — offers a meticulous and unsparing account of the state’s chief executive using his power to sexually harass 11 women.
"It's an aggressive step," says Cuomo.
The $2.7 billion Emergency Rental Assistance Program, which opened in June, has only distributed $117,000 so far.
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