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The bill does not create any new laws but "synthesizes" existing rights.
New York City students who are under the age of five will need to continue wearing masks in class, even if the school mask mandate is lifted by Mayor Eric Adams next week, because those kids are not currently eligible for COVID vaccines, a spokesperson for the mayor said.
Progressives hope the support will give a boost to the long-shot campaign.
Governor Kathy Hochul said she will allow a statewide eviction moratorium to expire Saturday, noting that it was never intended to be permanent. Instead of pushing for a new extension, tenant advocates have turned their attention to a state bill introduced in 2019.
The city's housing authority has seen a surge in unanswered requests for repairs, making it first on Public Advocate Jumaane Williams' worst landlord list.
In recent weeks, the union has warned that some 33,000 members employed at 250 nursing homes in New York City and the surrounding areas could go on strike if they don’t get the pay raises and benefits.
The newly re-elected public advocate describes how moving through life with the chronic condition prepared him to lead.
“It got into full swing yesterday.”
Williams and Hochul previously faced off in a surprisingly hard-fought contest for lieutenant governor in 2018.
On Friday, Mayor de Blasio came the closest he has to date of confirming reports that he is exploring a run for governor.
The governor said she received a call from President Biden who said he would provide any assistance the state might need.
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